With former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld’s new fashion magazine set to launch from an office in the Standard Hotel this September, Conde Nast executives are circling the wagons, according to Page Six.
International chief Jonathan Newhouse’s office reportedly got in touch with photographers like Mario Testino, Craig McDean and David Sims “with Read More
Today Condé Nast International CEO Jonathan Newhouse announced that Vogue will license a Ukranian edition through a partnership with local media company UMH Group. It is expected to launch in the next 12 months.
“The Ukraine is ready for Vogue,” Mr. Newhouse said in a statement. “Kiev is booming, and there is a strong market demand Read More
After 13 years at the healm of Russian Vogue, Aliona Doletskaya submitted her resignation to Jonathan Newhouse earlier this week, according to Memo Pad. Mr. Newhouse has already named a replacement, Viktoria Davydova.
Ms. Davydova worked under Ms. Doletskaya at Vogue as a beauty editor until 2002, when she left to work on Read More
What with the fiery collapse of the magazine and newspaper industries, Condé Nast’s Newhouse dynasty has graver concerns than getting top-dollar for company apartments around town. Still, it had to be at least mildly annoying that their five-bedroom duplex at East 76th Street’s Promenade, listed last December for an outrageously fair $4,995,000, just sold for Read More
The most interesting thing in Richard Perez-Pena’s 3,330 word write-around profile of Si Newhouse is the language from Condé Nast executives about the importance of the Web.
- Tom Wallace, editorial director, Condé Nast: “You’re going to have to go a long way on the Internet to compete with the way we Read More
Ronnie Cooke Newhouse could barely answer the question, she was laughing so hard. “No, you’re not talking to a future Mrs. Astor,” she said finally.
O.K., maybe the query was a bit inappropriate for Ms. Newhouse, a founding editor and fashion director of the original Details magazine in the 1980′s and former creative director for Read More
After four months of clandestine negotiations, Bertelsmann A.G., the German media giant, closed the deal to acquire Random House Inc., on the morning of March 23. By that evening, Bertelsmann’s chief executive designate, Peter Olson, and a half-dozen of his colleagues were making themselves quite at home in another New York institution, the restaurant “21.” Read More