Following reports that Terry Richardson has been black-listed by leading publisher Condé Nast (owner of titles such as Vogue, GQ, Glamour and Vanity Fair), Elle has now decided to cancel and reshoot their January cover, which was originally photographed by Richardson, according to The Cut.

Elle's 2018 cover with actress Zoë Kravitz is now being re-shot by a different photographer, in part due to allegations against Terry Richardson, and thanks to the general industry climate at the moment, which shifted after after The New York Times published a story on Harvey Weinstein on October 5. The decision to re-shoot Kravitz's January story was reportedly made by Nina Garcia, Elle's new editor-in-chief.

Stay posted for more information as it arrives.

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