Former Conde Nast Editor Claims She Was “Only Allowed” to Feature White Models

“In an industry like this, you typically can’t call people out, because you never know for sure,” Nasr tells WWD. “You might have a hunch that they don’t want something [for a specific reason], but you can’t call them out directly — but she just told me.” When Nasr reached out to Condé Nast International, Glamour Hungary’s editor-in-chief Krisztina Maróy apologized for “any offense” to her as “we absolutely did not mean to.” Further, Nasr tells WWD, Maróy said she considers she and her colleagues “committed devotee[s] of human rights, democracy and female empowerment.” Maróy claims the editor was “rather awkward” because English isn’t her first language.