ABC picked up a series about the fashion world and we can't wait to see it.
The gods at the House of Wintour have ordained a television series that’s being pegged as a fashion soap, currently in development. Read more...
'Icon' received a hefty put-pilot commitment from the network and hails from Conde Nast Entertainment and 20th Century Fox Television. read more
ABC has given a script commitment with significant penalty to Icon, a soapy fashion drama from Conde Nast Entertainment, whose parent company publishes the fashion-focused Vogue and Glamour. Empire helmer/executive producer Sanaa Hamri is on board to direct. Show More Summary
Summer might be over, but it’s never too early (especially with some of the trans-Atlantic award availability we’ve been seeing) to plan for next year. Condé Nast Traveler earlier this year posted their list of the “10 Best Beaches in...Show More Summary
These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.Goop hires editorial director from Condé Nast Lifestyle website-turned-start-up Goop is continuing to grow its staff, bringing on former Condé Nast editor Nandita Khanna as editorial director in addition to Allyson... Continue reading
Condé Nast Traveler sat down with the senior project manager and the lead designer of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture to to talk about some unexpected design influences.
Twenty seven digital publishers — including Condé Nast, ESPN, NBCUniversal, The Washington Post, and more — on Monday said they’ve come together to join an automated online ad marketplace launched by the trade association Digital Content Next. The marketplace is called TrustX, and DCN is launching it as a nonprofit public benefit corporation with the goal...
Missed you! Here’s my latest news: (1) I continue to write features for Backchannel, which is still publishing on Medium but no longer owned by Medium, having been acquired by Conde Nast. Index of my stories is here. Some (relatively) recent stuff: This Company Kills Passwords — Okta and the future of identity How Kik […]
Condé Nast Traveler magazine has launched the Where in the World to Eat awards detailing the hottest places to visit in a total of 42 countries. Top spots including Noma in Copenhagen were listed.
After a long gestation period, Condé Nast's e-commerce platform Style.com launched in early September for UK audiences only, allowing readers of the British editions of Vogue, GQ and Condé Nast Traveler to directly shop some of the content they see in print and online, the latter through... Continue reading
The latest 12 restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Conde Nast Traveler picked out 207 of the world's very best restaurants. The lone Austin representative is Uchi, which writer Peter Jon Lindberg called "one of the great Japanese...Show More Summary
As Condé Nast begins its big e-commerce experiment, all eyes are on its fashion director, Yasmin Sewell.
Five-star hotels have popped up in Peru over the past few years, and have since landed on TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Hotels in the World and Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold list.
Condé Nast is now tapping into Watson, IBM's super computer, to help build and strategize social influencer campaigns for brands. Through a new partnership announced today with IBM and the influencer platform Influential, brands advertising...Show More Summary
AS CONDÉ NASTY AS THEY WANNA BE! Shot: President Obama will “guest edit” the November issue of Condé Nast’s Wired magazine, the publication and the White House announced Tuesday. Chaser: Condé Nast executive and Vogue editor Anna Wintour to Hold Major Fashion Week Fundraiser for Hillary Clinton. Hangover: Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair: Huma Is A […]
The St Barths hotel owned by Pippa Middleton's soon to be in-laws has been voted the best in the world by readers of Conde Nast Traveller. Here, MailOnline Travel rounds up some of the other winners.
For the upper echelons of British society (read: the very, very rich), the Condé Nast glossy Tatler has long been a go-to title. From lavish parties and exotic vacations (including features on private jet etiquette) to glimpses inside the fabulous lives of Royals and "It" girls — the... Continue reading
Less than a week after the death of Backstreet Boys creator, blimp magnate, and convicted criminal Lou Pearlman, a TV show about his life and creations is already in the works. Variety is reporting that Conde Nast has tapped a storyShow More Summary