Suzy Menkes: “There’s no doubt that you are now producing things that may be more desirable than traditional luxury to consumers, particularly the younger consumers, don’t you think?” Jony Ive: “I don’t know — we’ll see!” Smiles while audience laughs. “We’ll see.” (Via Abdel Ibrahim.) ?
Apple designers Jony Ive and Marc Newson helped inaugurate the first annual Conde Nast International Luxury Conference on Wednesday, speaking with Vogue editor Suzy Menkes about the Apple Watch and their work philosophies.
Apple's Jony Ive and Marc Newson sat down at the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference to talk about luxury and craftsmanship in the 21st century. Ive, Apple's SVP of Design, and Newson opened the conference, an event that was first announced last month. Show More Summary
Apple design head Jony Ive has given the opening speech at the first Condé Nast International Luxury Conference, in which he justified the concept of a mass-produced Apple Watch as worthy of the label ‘craftsmanship.’ It’s not so much about things being touched personally – there are many ways to craft something. It’s easy to assume […]
Kylie Jenner has been the subject of plenty of online buzz this week for landing her first solo Teen Vogue cover, but it won't be the reality star's face subscribers see when they receive their music-themed May issue. That's becauseShow More Summary
Amazing Timelapse: NYC from 1500 to Today In less than a month (May 29, 2015), NYC will see the opening the One World Observatory. The 104 Floor, Daniel Libeskind designed new World Trade Center is now home to Conde Nast amongst many other notable NYC tenants. Show More Summary
The opening cocktail party is tonight, in Florence, Italy. Followed by two days of panel discussions and interviews at the Palazzo Vecchio, many of them chaired by international Vogue editor Suzy Menkes (pictured). Welcome to the first-ever...Show More Summary
Two California hotels have made Conde Nast Traveler's 2015 Hot List of the 60 best new hotels in the world.
Raise your hand if you thought Epicurious would be the first Condé Nast brand to get an Apple Watch app. Now that you’ve admitted to being a liar, please go sit in the corner and reflect upon your sins. As for the rest of you, that’s...Show More Summary
An army of actors have joined Nicolas Cage in Endgame Entertainment’s and Condé Nast’s comedy Army of One. Russell Brand, Denis O'Hare, Ken Marino, Paul Scheer and Rainn Wilson have lined up for director Larry Charles. They join the previously announced Wendi McLendon-Covey in the comedy that will be distributed by TWC-Dimension. Show More Summary
The Condé Nast fitness magazine Self has just announced the revamp of its website. According to people in the know, it’s a website that will focus on what’s currently in vogue: videos and visuals. “Under the artistic direction of Anna Wintour, a number of Condé Nast titles have gotten serious renovations — and fitness magazine […]
by Stephen Orr, Condé Nast Traveler These markets are definitely worth the trip. 1. Santa Monica Farmers Market Even in midwinter, nothing beats flying in to Los Angeles from icy NYC and finding yourself surrounded by tables full of artichokes, avocados, and an astonishing array of citrus (and all this in mid-February). Show More Summary
GQ has named Diane Mattioli executive director, luxury and video. Mattioli most recently served as executive luxury director at Condé Nast Media. This is Mattioli’s second stint with GQ, as she previously served as the magazine’s luxury...Show More Summary
The first quarter of 2015 was the company’s best yet in terms of digital traffic, with 21 sites and 18 premium video channels combining for an average monthly comScore audience of 76.7 million adults. From today’s press release: ForShow More Summary
Data Visualisation by @JodySieradzki. Data Source: Conde Nast Traveler.
Here’s a look at the posts that made the most buzz the past seven days. A Drunk Media Gal Undone by LinkedIn Heather Muir Joins Real Simple Condé Nast Traveler is Getting Fatter The Drudge Infographic The Secret to Getting PublishedShow More Summary
Magazine publisher Condé Nast is hiring a new vice president to run its emerging products group — Arlie Sisson, who’s joining from Starwood Hotels and Resorts. Sisson led Starwood’s strategy for native apps on mobile, and before that, worked at mobile startup Silver Chalice New Media. Read More
Condé Nast Traveller’s April issue has an article about Grasse, a town in the south of France famous for its roses. Why This Small French Town Has the World’s Best Roses follows Fabrice Penot, co-founder of perfume line Le Labo, around Grasse and explains what makes this place so unique. The article also uses my photography (the […]
Wendy Perrin, who left Conde Nast Traveler last year, says the magazine “continues to recycle material I wrote years ago and pass it off as current,” even though much of the information is outdated. When it was posted a few days ago, the how-to piece above included tips on getting a seat on Continental Airlines, … Read More
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