NEW YORK — Just days after Art Cooper declared that he had no plans to retire, Condé Nast shocked the publishing industry on Monday with the news that the GQ editor in chief indeed would be stepping down, effective June 1.
Condé Nast said Monday that James Truman, its editorial director, will conduct the search for a new editor and that Cooper will work with him on it. Speculation has centered on British GQ editor Dylan Jones, with an outside chance that David Zinczenko would be plucked from Men’s Health.
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