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For the troublemakers amongst you who might be wondering what it takes to piss off the executive floor of Condé Nast, we may have your answer. Putting out a solid publication that they can’t lay claim to seems to be doing the trick. Following in the footsteps of Carine Roitfeld and her blacklisted-but-beautiful CR Fashion Book is System magazine, a biannual glossy that’s landed a plum interview indeed for their inaugural issue: Nicolas Ghesquière, in his first sit-down feature post-Balenciaga. And not only that, he’s also their cover star.
Anna Wintour may have a tony new title as artistic director of Condé Nast in addition to her seat at the helm of Vogue, but that doesn’t mean anyone is all that sure what it is she’ll be doing with it. WWD reports that the Condé editors met on with the company brass on Friday and, while Wintour took the podium briefly, she wasn’t exactly forthcoming with details about her new position.
In case you haven’t already heard, there’s big news out of 4 Times Square this morning. Condé Nast has announced that, in addition to running the show at Vogue as she’s done for nearly 25 years, Anna Wintour will be taking on the role as artistic director at the company. Here’s why we think this was a brilliant bit of decision making on the part of the powerhouse publishing brass.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has just announced its 2013 exhibit, PUNK: Chaos to Couture. Quite a departure from its previous Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations exhibit, and we’re totally on board with this one.
Pose, walk, and werk your way to the top of the modeling biz with Condé Nast‘s Fashion Hazard, an iOS offering that they call: “a new game for girls & young women that lets you power the next runway star.”
Magazine giant Condé Nast decided a little while ago that it was going to open a fashion school, and now we know exactly where it will be located.
Working for free may not be ideal, but in this day and age, it’s become a pretty standard way for students and recent grads to get their feet in the door. But one girl isn’t having any of it.
When it comes to Condé Nast, you’re either with them or against them. And now that Carine Roitfeld is no longer at French Vogue, Condé is warning photographers not to work with her, lest they incur the magazine giant’s wrath.
Last night Condé Nast editors and execs stepped out of the gilded tower that is 4 Times Square to toast executive publishing director Bill Wackermann and his new book Flip the Script: How to Turn the Tables and Win in Business and Life. We talked to Glamour editor in chief Cindi Leive about her winning philosophies and what we can expect to see from the glossy in the coming months.
Condé Nast International and the editors of Vogue’s 19 international editions have agreed to “encourage a healthier approach to body image within the industry”.
Last month brought news of a former Harper’s Bazaar intern suing Hearst for unpaid hours, and now it sounds like Condé Nast has implemented new internship policies.
For the first time in three years, editors and executives at everyone’s favorite luxury magazine publisher Conde Nast felt confident enough in their bottom lines that they all went to the Four Seasons for a holiday party! And they served industry gossip and corporate intrigue right alongside fashion’s favorite food, chicken pot pie.
Condé Nast is all about diversifying as of late. The magazine giant has dipped its toe into the restaurant world, but its banking on its new entertainment division to bring in the big bucks.
The organizers of New York Fashion Week are about to cause an international crisis, y’all. A scheduling conflict of massive proportions could very well disrupt the already tenuous balance that holds shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris together — and one fashion magazine big wig isn’t helping make the situation any better.
Condé Nast needs to chill it with the brand
dilution extension. Last year the publishing giant opened up a Vogue Cafe, GQ Bar, and Tatler Club in Moscow, and now they’re expanding further.
This was the week Justin Bieber wore an offensive t-shirt, Missoni for Target images were released, and Anna Wintour had dinner with Barack Obama. There was also craziness surrounding the Conde Nast elevator Twitter account and the last days of the Alexander McQueen exhibit.
After less than a week online and only 35 tweets, the account @CondeElevator announced Thursday morning that it will stop tweeting out the hilarious and slightly out-of-touch things overheard in the elevators of the Conde Nast building.
Just four days after a very brave soul started tweeting out snippets of conversations overheard in the Conde Nast elevator, a dogged search for the social media maverick behind the @CondeElevator account has begun. They started with a tweet about food, yesterday they quoted Anna Wintour, and today they have more than 36,000 followers. No wonder people are, well, wondering.
Marianne Nestor-Cassini isn’t related to
Veruca Salt Cecilia Cassini, but she is the widow of Jackie Kennedy fave Oleg Cassini. And she is one litigious lady.
There are payroll mistakes and then there are payroll mistakes, and Conde Nast, which creates of some of the most important magazines in the fashion industry, made one doozy of a payroll mistake late last year. With just one email, a Texan man duped the Vogue publisher into diverting $8 million in payments that should have gone to its printing press directly to his bank account.