The magazine, which is partly owned by Artémis, the investment arm of the Pinault family, has halted publication following a suspected coronavirus case within its team.
Condé Nast’s ceo defends Vanity Fair’s coverage of how the president is dealing with the coronavirus.
The list of those thought to be in the running is getting longer as Hearst takes its time to appoint a successor to Glenda Bailey.
Logan, who just landed a docuseries with Fox News, wants a court to “send a very strong message to other so-called ‘journalists.’”
The full list will be revealed at 6 am Saturday via Graydon Carter’s digital weekly Air Mail.
Amy Fine Collins said the sartorial sanctum is the “original and authentic” list as competition looms.
Chris Mitchell is leaving Condé after close to two decades working for magazines like The New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Wired.
It was a mixed bag of panels, subjects and tone at the magazine’s annual event.
What started as a mimeographed poll mailed to 50 fashion insiders has morphed into a digital survey of 2,000 in-the-know style arbiters.
Fila Korea acquired global brand business rights in 2007 and now serves as the global headquarters of the brand.