Stephen Gan Biography
Stephen Gan is a well-known journalist currently working at V Magazine and VMAN as editor-in-chief. Moreover, Stephen serves as the creative director at Elle US. Previously, he served as co-founder of Visionaire and creative director of US Harper’s Bazaar. He served as the creative director at Harper’s Bazaar for over 15 years, prior to succeeding Elle creative director Ruba Abu-Nimah back in January 2018. She worked as the founding editor of Women’s Sports & Fitness from 1997 to 2000.
Stephen Gan Age
Stephen Gan was born in the Philippines, Asia. He is around 61 years old although details with reference to his actual age and year of birth remain in the dark.
Stephen Gan Height
Stephen possesses a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Stephen Gan Family
Stephen was born in the Philippines, Asia to hardworking and caring parents. His lovely parents were Chinese. Stephen relocated to New York, in the United States in the early 1980s. Moreover, information about his parents and/or siblings’ whereabouts remain unavailable to the public.
Stephen Gan Wife
Stephen has kept details regarding his marital status confidential despite being a renowned journalist. Therefore, there is no present or previous information concerning him as married, dating, or engaged.
Stephen Gan Education
After graduating with his high school diploma in the Philippines, Stephen relocated to New York in the early 1980s. Stephen graduated with a degree in photography from Parsons New School of Design.
Stephen Gan Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $84,360 annually. This is according to V Magazine editor-in-chiefs’ salaries.
Stephen Gan Net Worth
Through his victorious career, Stephen has accumulated a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
Stephen Gan Career
He is currently working as editor-in-chief for V Magazine and VMAN. Moreover, Stephen serves as the creative director at Elle US. Previously, he served as co-founder of Visionaire and creative director of US Harper’s Bazaar. He served as the creative director at Harper’s Bazaar for over 15 years, prior to succeeding Elle creative director Ruba Abu-Nimah back in January 2018.
In 2001, Stephen received the Creative Visionary Award from the CFDA after his appointment at Harper’s Bazaar. He commenced his career at Details magazine, where he worked as a junior fashion editor prior to its acquisition by Condé Nast in the year 1989.
In 1991, Stephen co-founded Visionaire alongside Parsons alumni James Kaliardos and model Cecilia Dean. Furthermore, Stephen left Visionaire in 2014 but continues to handle VMAN and V magazine.