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Susan Plagemann Leaves Condé Nast

She has been at the company for 11 years, most recently as chief business officer of its style division.

Media Companies’ Office Return Plans

Here's what 10 media companies are planning.

Condé Nast Names Eugenie Trochu as Head of Vogue Paris

Condé Nast has named Eugénie Trochu as head of editorial content of Vogue Paris, as part of a sweeping…

Will Fashion Editors Be Back at Shows?

After two mostly virtual seasons, there will be more than 90 shows and presentations at New York Fashion Week.

Allure Names Jessica Cruel New Editor in Chief

She takes the helm from Michelle Lee, who has joined Netflix.

Condé Nast Traveler Debuts Global Issue

"Everyone has travel on their minds," says global editorial director Divia Thani.

Tatler Asia Taps Paco Tang to Drive China Business

He becomes Tatler Shangliu's managing director, effective Sept. 1.

Condé Nast Is Paying Some, But Not All of Its Rent Bill

The Vogue publisher has been attempting to negotiate itself a better deal on its lease for close to a year.

Young Guns, and Older Ones, Too: A Look at Tatler’s September Issue

Editor in chief Richard Dennen doesn't see age — just fabulous-ness — and has put the 55-year-old Cindy…

Vogue Italy’s Editor in Chief Emanuele Farneti Steps Down

The Italian editor joined the magazine in 2017, succeeding the late Franca Sozzani.

Allure Officially Opens First Retail Store in New York City

The Allure store, located in New York City's SoHo neighborhood, will offer a selection of more than 270…

Kate White Discusses ‘The Fiancée,’ Her Fifteenth Book, and the State of Media

The author usually starts thinking about her next book four or five months before she hands one in.

Michelle Lee Exits Allure, Heads to Netflix

Lee has been editor in chief at the Condé Nast-owned brand since 2015.

Media People: Elizabeth Rutledge, CMO of American Express

Amex's CMO chats to WWD about the new-look Departures, partnering with media brands for its first Membership…

Media’s Beauty Business Play

As traditional media advertising revenues continue to slump, more titles are eyeing the beauty market.