Kate Maxwell has been named Editor-in-Chief of Gilt Groupe’s travel blog and deals site Jetsetter.
Ms. Maxwell, who is British, will be in charge of the US site’s editorial strategy as well as direct the launch of a new Jetsetter UK site.
She will “develop the visual language and the voice of Jetsetter, and she Read More
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“Rachel has nothing to do with me,” Gully Wells informed The Observer, on the phone from London. She was referring to Rachel Noyce, the tall, black-haired haired crush object in The Rachel Papers, Martin Amis’s debut novel, which is conspicuously dedicated to her.
Ms. Wells, 60, is best known for her decade-long, on-and-off love affair Read More
Condé Nast announced today that it has poached Susan Plagemann from Hearst and has made her the new publisher of Vogue.
Ms. Plagemann has spent the better part of her career at Hearst. She’s been the publisher of Marie Clare since 2004, she was the publisher of Cosmopolitan before that and worked as an advertising Read More
After a summer of mad speculation at 4 Times Square, Condé Nast editors and publishers are beginning to finally learn what life is going to be like in a post-McKinsey world. In the last few days, Condé Nast executives armed with McKinsey-branded binders have started to deliver budget targets for 2010 to editors and publishers. Read More
As McKinsey & Company makes its way through an 11-week tour of Condé Nast, consultants have been taking an early look at Anna Wintour’s Vogue and Klara Glowczewska’s Condé Nast Traveler, The Observer has learned.
Sources tell us that those two magazines have been getting a close examination in order to potentially serve Read More
There are 85 staffers at Portfolio who need a new job, and we’ve got our first bit of news to report: William Li, the publisher of the magazine, is staying with Condé Nast and will take the associate publisher position at Condé Nast Traveler.
“I wanted to keep working,” said Mr. Li in Read More