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Vogue Thailand dropped its inaugural issue on newsstands last week, but that wasn't the only first for the Condé Nast company. The mag also boasts the first male editor-in-chief anywhere in the world. Diversity! EOC Kullawit Laosuksri told The Nation that he plans to rep the Thai woman's "cheerful attitude and lifestyle," which his team achieved on the first cover by making a tradition chada headdress with the help of everyone's favorite milliner Phillip Treacy. Update: It turns out Vogue Paris and Vogue Japan have both had male Editor in Chiefs, making this the third time a man will help the Vogue ship. [The Nation]