Leaving Vogue appears to be in fashion at the second.
A lot of senior figures have exited the magazine in current weeks amid reviews that its new editor is making some staffing modifications earlier than he formally begins on August.
Edward Enninful is taking up from Alexandra Shulman, who announced in January that she was leaving after 25 years in cost.
He's the primary male editor within the magazine's historical past, and is already making a number of tweaks (or, eradicating "posh ladies", as The Occasions put it) to the senior editorial group.
Since his hiring was introduced, Vogue veterans equivalent to Lucinda Chambers and Emily Sheffield have introduced their departure as Enninful gears up to usher in his personal group.
But it surely hasn't been a clean transition thus far.
Chambers, Vogue's former fashion director, was one of many first main figures to go away.
And he or she did so in type.
"Lucinda has introduced that she is to step down from her place," the magazine delicately mentioned on its website in Might.
Chambers herself had a barely totally different take.
"A month and a half in the past I used to be fired," she mentioned in a candid interview with fashion weblog Vestoj, printed this week.
"Reality be informed, I have never learn Vogue in years. The garments are simply irrelevant for most individuals - so ridiculously costly."
"Most fashion magazines go away you completely anxiousness-ridden," she mentioned, including: "We're at all times making an attempt to make folks purchase one thing they do not want. We do not want any extra baggage, shirts or sneakers. So we cajole, bully or encourage folks to proceed shopping for."
The feedback echo what Shulman herself mentioned earlier this yr.
"On the finish of the day, only a few folks must have one other pair of trousers, one other skirt, one other bomber jacket, so what you're doing as an trade is creating want," she mentioned.
Hilary Alexander, editor-at-large for Hiya! Fashion Month-to-month and trustee of Graduate Fashion Week, says there's a component of fact in Chambers's feedback.
"There is not any doubt there are too many garments on the earth, and the variety of collections being pumped out month after month, you might spend your entire yr going from one Fashion Week to a different," she says.
"However at the alternative finish of the dimensions, fashion is a large trade that employs tens of millions of individuals the world over, it is price round £28bn a year on this nation alone in case you embrace the retail sector."
The departure of senior figures like Chambers is to be anticipated, says Susie Lau, fashion blogger and journalist.
"From an trade viewpoint, it is fully regular for somebody like Edward Enninful to return in and say he desires a totally new group," she tells the BBC.
"Particularly at the senior stage, he would wish to have folks that he feels can push ahead the brand new editorial path, and I believe it'll be a really totally different tone and really feel to what Alex did."
Chambers gave the impression to be pulling no punches together with her quite trustworthy interview, however not lengthy after it was printed, it was taken down... after which put again up once more.
"Because of the delicate nature of this text, we took the choice to briefly take away it from the location," Vestoj said in an announcement.
"When it comes to the the explanation why it was eliminated, they're straight associated to the trade pressures which Lucinda discusses in her interview.
"As you realize, fashion magazines are hardly ever unbiased as a result of their existence depends upon relationships with highly effective establishments and people. We created Vestoj to be an antidote to those pressures, however we aren't at all times immune."
You possibly can see why some figures within the fashion trade might not have been finest happy with the Chambers article.
At one level within the interview, she mentioned: "The June cowl with Alexa Chung in a silly Michael Kors T-shirt is crap. He is a giant advertiser so I knew why I needed to do it. I knew it was tacky after I was doing it, and I did it anyway."
However Lau says the shut relationship between advertisers and journalists has at all times been a fixture of the trade.
"[Chambers] has been in fashion for therefore lengthy, she's labored for a magazine the place the business issues are vastly essential, and that is not something new," she mentioned
"Advertisers are after all given priority, and perhaps artistic management needs to be generally compromised - but it surely was ever thus. That is half and parcel of working in a print panorama that has undergone so many modifications."
She provides that Chambers's feedback within the interview are comprehensible given how lengthy she has spent working at Vogue.
"I believe once you work within the trade you do turn into fairly jaded. If you're coping with the mainstream aspect of fashion and doing it in a really commercially-minded manner, it will probably get cynical.
"There are great artistic and sensible issues occurring, however I suppose in case your day-to-day is not about that any extra, that may put on you down."
Vogue's replenishing continued on Tuesday with reviews one other senior determine introduced she was exiting the publication.
Deputy editor Emily Sheffield, who can also be the sister of Samantha Cameron, mentioned she was leaving her function as Vogue's deputy director "after a really pleased decade".
She may not have up to date her Twitter biog but, however the invites for her leaving do have gone out so we're fairly certain it is solely a matter of time.
"Emily Sheffield was urged as a alternative when Alex's retirement was introduced, so it is solely pure in case you're considering you may get the highest job and somebody newer and youthful is available in, that you'd really feel there is not actually a spot for you any extra," Alexander explains.
Each Lau and Alexander are wanting ahead to seeing what modifications are made to the magazine when Enninful formally begins as editor.
"I am excited as a result of he is an excellent stylist, I believe Vogue can be much more numerous, I believe we will count on surprises and shocks," Alexander says.
"Maybe there can be extra deal with youthful, newer designers, those that are working in uncommon methods. I'd welcome that, you do not wish to consistently examine the identical outdated faces."
Lau provides: "I do know a number of the folks stepping into there [to Vogue], they have not been introduced but however I believe it may be a extremely thrilling group.
"It will not be fairly as totally different as individuals are portray it, however there can be modifications. Vogue is a barometer of our instances, and I believe it's going to mirror that."