Aishwarya features on the 5th anniversary cover of Condé Nast Traveller India wearing a floral Sabyasachi sari. The old-school vie of the cover with the train station setting and the pearls make it stand out instantly. And of course, Aishwarya herself looked unbelievable. Show More Summary
Looks like publishing company Condé Nast is trying to increase its digital reach. The company, which publishes Vanity Fair and GQ, among other titles, announced Monday that it has hired Wolfgang Blau as chief digital officer of Conde Nast International. Show More Summary
Months after being passed over for the top job at The Guardian, Wolfgang Blau is moving to Condé Nast to be chief digital officer of the magazine company. Blau, currently executive director of digital strategy for The Guardian, willShow More Summary
Amazon has a new reality series to add to its slate of digital content. The streaming video service and home to Prime Instant Video has ordered a new season of the show The Fashion Fund, an original unscripted series from Condé NastShow More Summary
Since Amazon took home five Emmys for its original series "Transparent" less than two weeks ago, the Seattle-based online marketplace has already, and smartly, begun to pay much more attention to its streaming services. Just last week, Amazon announced it would be slashing its annual Prime... Continue reading
The New York Times—your childhood friend who has gotten so weird and obsessive recently, ew, she’s like in love with you or something—has written nine lengthy articles cataloguing the vast intricacies of Condé Nast’s fall 2014 move from 4 Times Square to One World Trade Center. Read more...
It seemed like a strange fit — the world’s most glamorous media company in windswept, workaday Lower Manhattan. But its employees are adjusting.
Next Issue, the publisher-backed subscription service offering unlimited access to 160 magazines, is launching a revamped app with new features and a new name — Texture. A joint venture from publishers Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp. Show More Summary
The Times reports on the state of Condé Nast and Time Inc.’s moves downtown: In the new headquarters, Time’s writers and editors will have to make do with cubicles. The Fortune editor Alan Murray, who is also taking a cubicle, said the number of offices at his magazine is being cut to three, from 43. […]
There are actually some things I like about this crazy throwback-style approach: Now, in fairness, the retro-flavored Conde Nast Traveler logo debuted in January of this year, so it isn’t just for the GOOP issue – but it has been used to BETTER old-vibe effect here, while on some others it’s not obtrusive and just coexists nicely rather than Read More...
Some men might not have firsthand experience with catcalling, but when sons sat down to watch video of their moms being catcalled, the issue hit close to home. Condé Nast Entertainment's The Scene, the team behind the video of dads responding...Show More Summary
Food writer Ruth Reichl has a new cookbook called My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life. It describes how she found her voice after Conde Nast shut down the magazine where she was editor.
Condé Nast Entertainment (CNÉ) has a new executive. The digital video studio has hired Nathan Guetta as its new Vice President of Product. Guetta comes to CNÉ with years of professional experience in product leadership. The new executive...Show More Summary
We’ve had an unusually high number of shark attacks so far this year, but even so, Conde Nast Traveler has reported that even more people have died in 2015 due to selfies.
Where's the sandy beach with crystal-clear water? Condé Nast Traveler is the luxe magazine that attempts to "deliver inspiration and service, whether you are in the dreaming stages of a safari or searching for that perfect cacio e pepe in Rome." Its covers typically feature images of exotic locales that are meant to inspire, you know, travel. Show More Summary
Selfie-related accidents have killed more people worldwide this year than shark attacks have, and they’ve killed at least twice as many if you include only “unprovoked,” confirmed shark attacks. Conde Nast Traveler reported on Sept. 16 that 11 people had died during selfie accidents, while eight people worldwide were killed in shark attacks. Show More Summary
by Jayna Maleri, Condé Nast Traveler Courtesy The Line These are the vintage boutiques, bookstores, and shops where you're most likely to spot the New York Fashion Week crowd. New York Fashion week kicks off tomorrow, which means this (already chic) city is about to get an extra dose of style. Show More Summary