Remember that June-2013-Edward-Snowden-PRISM-4th-Amendment thing? Think "Archer" meets "Mr. Robot." On June 21, 2013, the first WIRED Magazine scripted series "Codefellas" premiered on the Condé Nast publication's website. Variety describes...Show More Summary
CANNES, France—Location data company Blis today is announcing a private marketplace designed—among other things—to help media buyers understand whether their ads are served in a geographically accurate fashion. Condé Nast, The TimesShow More Summary
Like many of its peers in the media space, Condé Nast is delving deeper into the data game. Today, the publisher is announcing the launch of Condé Nast Spire, a new division that will focus on finding links between consumers' purchasing...Show More Summary
Nix. Vegetables have been at the apex of the food-fashion pyramid for several years now, so it’s only fitting that James Truman — who made a name for himself as top curator and tastemaker for the Condé Nast empire and now does more or...Show More Summary
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STOCKHOLM SYNDROME: A year ago, Gawker outed Condé Nast’s CFO. As the similarly left-leaning Huffington Post noted at the time, “It’s true that Condé Nast, which publishes magazines like Vogue, GQ and Vanity Fair, is a powerful company. But the overwhelming opinion of those who registered blistering attacks against Gawker was that David Geithner, the […]
Condé Nast is on a mission to be cool. Eight months after buying the music site Pitchfork, the publisher announced Thursday it has acquired Backchannel, a site that has become known for... To view the full story, click the title lin...
You probably won't be surprised to learn this, but Adam Rapoport, the editor-in-chief of Bon Appétit, is a stylish dude. OK, it's a Condé Nast publication, and maybe dressing well is a thing all guys have to do there, but keep in mind he used to be GQ's style editor. Show More Summary
For Teen Vogue, by Brianna Wiest. Photo: Condé Nast via Getty Images They cause flu-like symptoms and intense itching. You're probably already familiar with head lice (whether you've had it yourself, or know someone who has). But have...Show More Summary
John Rawlings (1912-1970) was a mid-20th-century American modernist photographer who worked for Condé Nast for 30 years. He grew up in Ohio before moving to New York in the early 1930s, and was hired by Condé Nast in 1936 as an assistant to Horst P. Show More Summary
Dianna Agron strikes a pose while attending Conde Nast Traveler’s Shorties Film Festival Celebration With Moet & Chandon Imperial Minis held at the Cadillac House on Wednesday (June 8) in New York City. The 30-year-old actress was joined by fashion designer Prabal Gurung and model Leigh Lezark at the event where Conde Nast announced its [...]
The Condé Nast building, The Met, visiting her TV producer daughter at Late Night with Seth Meyers - these are the New York locations where we could easily imagine spotting Anna Wintour. But rolling up via limo at an NYC bodega (one that serves imitation crab, no less)? Well, no. Show More Summary
Condé Nast is treating its Vogue readers to a little something special — that is, if those readers are willing to shell out $200. On Wednesday, the magazine announced that it will be launching Vogue VIP, a "new members-only experience" that appears to include a bunch of media-adjacent... Continue reading
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Condé Nast's in-house branded content studio, 23 Stories, released its first major fashion project on Monday: a four-part video series produced in partnership with (paid for by) Gucci. The digital film was directed by Gia Coppola and stars Lou Doillon, Marcel Castenmiller, Laura Love... Continue reading
She worked at Vogue for 14 years, InStyle for four and now she's one of the most important players at two of Conde Nast's biggest titles. No, we're not talking about an editor, we're talking about Connie Anne Phillips, the publisherShow More Summary
Lauren Lumsden moves over from Cosmo.
We dream of the day when we can put our out-of-office notification on forever and settle down in the sort of place previously reserved for vacations. But where to go? Condé Nast Traveler surveyed readers ages 68 and older about their favorite places in the U.S.—where they live, where they play, where the city is safe and the locals friendly. Show More Summary
Which is better: Barcelona or Madrid? Those are fighting words, we admit, and a topic we love to debate. In our new Condé Nast Traveler series, Battle Locale, we look at the streets, styles, foods, and famous faces that help distinguish a city. Here's how Spanish powerhouses Madrid and Barcelona stack up.
Conde Nast employees can now get a discounted subscription to rent designer clothes