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13-02-2012
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Marie-Amélie Sauvé Heading to W Magazine

SAUVE’S NEW ROLE: Marie-Amélie Sauvé is joining W as senior fashion editor. She will work closely with fashion and style director Edward Enninful to style stories for the magazine. Sauvé began her career at Vogue Paris and returned in 2001 to be more involved in the magazine, under Carine Roitfeld. She eventually left to expand her work and contribute to American Vogue, where her last shoot was in November 2011. She has worked with W editor in chief Stefano Tonchi before, when he edited T: The New York Times Style Magazine.

Sauvé, a favorite of fashion blogs and street-style photographers, has collaborated with Balenciaga creative director Nicolas Ghesquière since 1997. Since then, she’s served as Balenciaga’s stylist and muse, and she’s worked on every aspect of the brand.
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^ But wait, wasn't she about to work with Carine and Stephen Gan on Roitfeld's new mag due this Fall? Or can she be working (as part of a masthead) for more than one publication? Because technically now, she's not freelance anymore... I wonder if she can still serve for Balenciaga as consultant...

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Condé Nast Unveils Corporate Web Site Redesign

CONDE GOES SOCIAL: If you want a job at Condé Nast and you don’t have a friend there, chances are you’ve submitted a résumé to condenast.com. Starting today, the publishing company hopes you’ll be visiting the site for more reasons than that. The site has been redesigned (but there is still a careers section!), and now visitors can personalize the experience, by filtering brand feeds to show only those they want to see, for example. “This has been talked about for the last few years,” said a spokeswoman of the new look. “We just wanted to have the same kind of vibrance that an edit brand has.”

There is a heritage section that includes a list of editors of all the titles throughout the years. There are brand pages, with access to digital editions of Condé Nast’s various magazines and apps, among other things. The redesigned site was developed in conjunction with Your Majesty Co., a creative agency that worked on The Daily app, as well as with Gilt Groupe and UrbanDaddy.

Each month, three executive profiles will be posted. The first round begins with Pete Hunsinger, president and publisher of Golf Digest Cos.; Wyatt Mitchell, creative director of The New Yorker and Juliana Stock, senior director, marketing & product development at Condé Nast. A spokeswoman said the three people were randomly chosen. So all you Condé Nasters out there, get ready for your 15 minutes.
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^^^I'm thirlled with Marie-Amelie joining W but wasn't Lori Goldsten the senior fashion editor?

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^Isn't Lori Goldstein the Fashion Editor at Large?

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^Isn't Lori Goldstein the Fashion Editor at Large?
She's actually the "style editor at large," so there might be room for both.

 
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Just a little something about Vogue Brazil
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Vogue has (yet another) great reason to celebrate. The report of the IVC (Institute that verifies the circulation of magazines) brings great news that hit the second time in six months our sales record. The November issue of 2011, dedicated to Rio de Janeiro and starred by top Czech Karolina Kurkova (who posed for the lenses JR Duran a fun test teaching how to become a Carioca), peaked at 70,991 copies sold (and audited! ): 56,179 purchased at newsstands and in retail, and 14,812 for subscribers.

Earlier in July, we had already hit record with the release starring Gisele Bundchen, in Amazonas, with four different covers, which sold 70,743 copies.

The two almost consecutive records reflect consistent and impressive growth of Vogue over the past year, with 21% increase in the circulation of copies.

No wonder that the magazine's gala, held on Friday (10:02) in hotel Unique, SP, is born as the most excited - and expected - of recent times. Everyone's wanting to celebrate!
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Carine’s Next Project?
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CARINE’S NEXT PROJECT?: Carine Roitfeld has made no secret of her wish to launch her own magazine, and the guessing game has been with whom. Now there is speculation that Roitfeld is in talks to publish her title in collaboration with the media group that owns Visionaire, V Magazine and VMan. She’s already guest edited an issue of V. Roitfeld has been seen a lot in the company’s offices recently and there is talk the title could be out as soon as this fall. Roitfeld could not be reached for comment.
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U.K. TITLES POST SLOW-GROWING ABCS: U.K. magazines continued to post either declining or slow-growing print circulation figures in the second half of 2011, according to data published by the U.K.’s Audit Bureau of Circulation Thursday.

In terms of fashion titles, British Vogue fell 0.2 percent in the six months to December, compared to the same period last year, to 210,806, while Hearst’s Elle declined 2.7 percent to 195,020 year-on-year, and IPC’s InStyle fell 2.5 percent to 176,002. British Glamour, while still the best-performing paid-for women’s lifestyle title, fell 6.8 percent year- on-year to 466,327. All figures are for the titles’ total average net circulation and distribution.

Those titles that did grow circulation did so modestly. Harper’s Bazaar, published by Hearst U.K., rose 0.2 percent year-on-year to 120,004, while Vanity Fair rose 0.1 percent to 102,585, and Marie Claire, published by IPC in the U.K., rose 0.7 percent to 266,881.

Men’s titles also registered declines. Men’s Health fell 10.1 percent year-on-year to 221,176, while FHM plummeted 20.6 percent to 140,716 and Esquire fell 4.7 percent to 56,583. GQ’s circulation stayed flat year-on-year at 120,094. As a whole, the men’s lifestyle sector fell 5.2 percent year-on-year.

However, both Condé Nast U.K. and Hearst Magazines U.K. pointed to the growth in digital sales of their magazines, and each firm independently published ABC figures that combined their digital and print sales. Condé Nast U.K. said that combining both media, Vogue posted a circulation of 211,624, while Vanity Fair achieved a circulation of 105,089 and GQ registered a circulation of 125,825. Nicholas Coleridge, managing director of Condé Nast U.K., said: “Print is proving to be remarkably resilient at the luxury end, confounding the doom-mongers. In addition, the iPad and other tablet devices are offering exciting routes to market, which is proving popular with our upmarket readership, in particular for GQ, Wired and Vanity Fair.” Digital sales combine both Apple Newsstand and Zinio sales.

Hearst said that Elle achieved a combined digital and print circulation of 197,463, while Esquire recorded a combined circulation of 60,328 and Harper’s Bazaar achieved a combined circulation of 122,884. The company said that since October 2011, 10 million users have downloaded Hearst Magazine U.K.’s apps.

IPC Media’s chief executive officer, Sylvia Auton, pointed to positive results from Marie Claire, which notched up a 6.4 percent gain in the six months to December compared to the previous six months, which IPC attributed to an increase in newsstand sales and a focus on delivering a “strong editorial product.” The title recently launched a biannual fashion collections spin-off, called Marie Claire Runway. Auton also cited the positive performances of Woman & Home, InStyle and Country Life as evidence that “empty nesters and those without dependent children are continuing to buy magazines in large numbers.”
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Many interesting Q&A's with people behind the magazines

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Thank you for all that, Flashbang. I love that E&J said they didn't want the mag to fit in a scanner

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If I'm not mistaken, first issue of Vogue Netherlands will be out on March 22!

 
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If I'm not mistaken, first issue of Vogue Netherlands will be out on March 22!
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