Her glittering career grew from humble begins, first writing for the likes of Over-21 magazine, then Tatler and the Sunday Telegraph before joining British Vogue as their features editor in 1988.
Condé Nast Britain managing director Nicholas Coleridge gave her a glowing reference, stating Shulman had been the most successful editor of Vogue in its 100-year history.
The news of her departure was first reported by Vogue, of course. 'It was difficult to decide to leave but 25 years is a very long time and I am tremendously excited that I will now look forward into a different future,' Shulman said, who famously feuded with Vogue US editor Anna Wintour, 'but I know that nothing will be quite like the years I have spent at Vogue.'
Her successor is yet to be announced.
Feature image: Daily Mail UK