VANITY CASE: The much-awaited French edition of Vanity Fair will hit newsstands in June, Condé Nast France said. The monthly magazine is to make its debut with the July issue. It will be priced at around 4 euros, or $5.40 at current exchange.
Condé Nast France is investing 15 million euros, or $20 million at current exchange, by 2014 in the new venture.
Run by veteran journalist Michel Denisot, the editorial team has about 30 people. In addition to the nominations previously announced, including Anne Boulay, former editor in chief of the French edition of GQ, as editor in chief, and Virginie Mouzat as editor in chief overseeing fashion, lifestyle and feature stories, there will be Philippe Mathon as the editor in chief of the Vanity Fair Web site.
Julia Von Boehm Named The International Fashion Director At Interview Germany
Starting in February Julia von Boehm will join Interview Germany as the International Fashion Director. “I’m thrilled that with Julia von Boehm, we have the internationally most renowned German stylist on board. With her input, we’ll be able to further reinforce our status as one of the leading fashion magazines in Europe,“ says chairman Bernd Runge.
chances that those "double" issues will be also double in the number of pages are rather weak, aren't they? I guess I will not change my mind about buying only March and September issues of this magazine.