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26-07-2010
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That's good for W, although no surprise. Tonchi is known as an ad machine. The September issue should be well over 400 pages. I'm really looking forward to it.

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Bonnier Sweden does not extend the contract for Glamour magazine

After five years as a licence publisher of Swedish GLAMOUR, Bonnier Tidskrifter and Condé Nast have mutually agreed to not prolong the publication of GLAMOUR in its license partnership.

The October issue of Swedish Glamour will be the last under Bonnier Tidskrifter as publisher.

– We have had the pleasure of working for five intense and glamorous years with Condé Nast, says Ulrika Saxon, CEO of Bonnier Tidskrifter. The launch and development of Glamour for the Swedish market has been successful in terms of circulation, despite the increasing competition in the fashion segment. However, strategic considerations have led our decision to not renew the license.

– I am proud of the editorial quality achieved by the very talented editorial staff of Glamour, which greatly contributed to the excellent reputation of the magazine says Linda Grahn, Publisher of Home & Fashion, Bonnier Tidskrifter.

– During the past five years Bonnier and Condé Nast have successfully worked on the introduction of one of the fastest growing international magazine brands – GLAMOUR.

Since its launch and in a short period of time GLAMOUR has successfully positioned itself in the Swedish magazine market as a source of reference for fashion, beauty and lifestyle. This Condé Nast hopes to further build-on and develop in the future for the Swedish market says Carol Cornuau, Vice President Condé Nast New Markets

source: bonniermagazines.se

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CHANGING PARTNERS: Condé Nast International has formed a joint venture with Globo Media Group, a Brazilian publisher and broadcaster, to publish Vogue and other Condé Nast titles in the South American country, one of the world’s fastest growing markets for luxury goods. Vogue has been published in Brazil in Portuguese for the past 35 years under a license agreement with Carta Editorial, which also published titles including Casa Vogue and Homme Vogue, most of which will now be published by the new joint venture, Edições Globo-Condé Nast. In addition, all the titles will have an online version. Under the joint venture the companies also plan eventually to launch Brazilian editions of other Condé Nast titles, along with branded digital and digital TV platforms. The last issue to be run by Carta Editorial will be October.

Jonathan Newhouse, chairman of Condé Nast International, said, “Globo is the leading media company in South America and has a reputation for excellence. It is the ideal partner for Condé Nast as we expand our business activities in this key, growing market.”
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Aliona Doletskaya lieaving Russian Vogue

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Russian Vogue editor Aliona Doletskaya decided to leave publishing house Condé Nast Russia.

President of Condé Nast International Jonathan Newhouse (Jonathan Newhouse) appealed to the company with the following letter:

"Some time ago, Alain Doletskaya told me that she would resign as chief editor of Russian Vogue, a position she held for almost 13 years, and start a new life - perhaps write a book or try a new career. Since Russia - as well as the whole world - was still in a difficult economic situation, I asked Alain to wait until it is more opportune moment.

Today it is obvious that we come out of the crisis, so I do not want to interfere Alenina plans. With great sadness, I accept her decision to leave the magazine.

It is impossible to overestimate the contribution of Alena Doletskaya in the development of Russian Vogue. In the late 1990's culture of glossy magazines in Russia was still low. None of the existing market magazines do not have the necessary understanding of the Vogue fashion, beauty, photography and had expressed a visual language. There was little the journalists who were experts in those fields. Everything had to be created from scratch. Alain managed to do it. She has assembled a team has found and nurtured young journalists to set the highest standards of quality and fanatically worked to make Vogue the most beautiful and influential fashion magazine, not only in Russia but also in the world.

Moreover, Alain Doletskaya itself is the embodiment of Vogue: she is just as charismatic and elegant-on, as published her journal. Alain is a true style icon, the embodiment of glamor - and in their own country and in international fashion circles.

Image Alena is great, but not less brilliant magazine created by it. It appeared in the magazine her talent and dedication. In brief, the Vogue - just a better gloss-st journal in Russia. Twelve years ago, the first cover of September Vogue rooms decorated photographer Mario Testino (Mario Testino). At present the September cover - photo Murtha Alas (Mert Alas) and Marcus Piggot (Marcus Piggott). This is a picture that embody the best there is today in fashion and in a magazine photo. And this is an excellent example of what the high standards established in the Russian Vogue Alena.

In the very near future we will announce the name of the new editor of Russian Vogue. The role of Alena in the for-ming of the journal is so unique that in a sense it is impossible to replace. I thank Alain for all that she did for the magazine and wish her success of her future plans. "
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This is surprising, and a bad news, i think she was a great eic! Wonder who will replace her.

 
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^^ Fashionista's article about this news.

 
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That is interesting. I wonder what's in store for Vogue Russia.

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Bonnier Sweden does not extend the contract for Glamour magazine

After five years as a licence publisher of Swedish GLAMOUR, Bonnier Tidskrifter and Condé Nast have mutually agreed to not prolong the publication of GLAMOUR in its license partnership.

The October issue of Swedish Glamour will be the last under Bonnier Tidskrifter as publisher.

– We have had the pleasure of working for five intense and glamorous years with Condé Nast, says Ulrika Saxon, CEO of Bonnier Tidskrifter. The launch and development of Glamour for the Swedish market has been successful in terms of circulation, despite the increasing competition in the fashion segment. However, strategic considerations have led our decision to not renew the license.

– I am proud of the editorial quality achieved by the very talented editorial staff of Glamour, which greatly contributed to the excellent reputation of the magazine says Linda Grahn, Publisher of Home & Fashion, Bonnier Tidskrifter.

– During the past five years Bonnier and Condé Nast have successfully worked on the introduction of one of the fastest growing international magazine brands – GLAMOUR.

Since its launch and in a short period of time GLAMOUR has successfully positioned itself in the Swedish magazine market as a source of reference for fashion, beauty and lifestyle. This Condé Nast hopes to further build-on and develop in the future for the Swedish market says Carol Cornuau, Vice President Condé Nast New Markets

source: bonniermagazines.se
It would be fantastic if CN could harvest some of that great Swedish/Finnish style somehow.


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Seems like, there're many people who is surprised about Aliona's decision, she has received many letters in her office. See here.

 
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(NEW YORK) As first reported by The Daily, Tatler Russia EIC Victoria Davydova will be assuming top duties at Vogue Russia, replacing outgoing editor Aliona Doletskaya. The move is effective immediately. “Victoria Davydova is one of the most professional, experienced, and talented editors in the Russian market,” said Jonathan Newhouse in a memo to Moscow-based staffers, translated by The Daily. “Behind her is the experience of launching two completely different magazines within Condé Nast. All of this makes Vika a perfect choice for the role of chief editor of Vogue Russia.” The new EIC of Tatler will be Ksenia Solovieva, a former deputy editor under Davydova.
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From fashionista.com
Editorial Musical Chairs: Glossies Keep it Internal
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This week, there was not a lot of movement between different publications, but some major internal changes to report on. There must be some happy editors out there because everyone got promoted!

Allure announced three major promotions this week: Kristen Perotta, formerly editorial projects director and beauty director, has been named executive editor. Jillian Mackenzie, formerly deputy editor is now features director/deputy editor. Amy Keller Laird, formerly beauty director, is now deputy editor/beauty director.

At the New York Times, contributing writer Jeremy Peters was promoted to magazine reporter and Stephanie Clifford went from advertising and marketing reporter to reporter, retail coverage.

At Essence, Elliana Placas was promoted from contributing fashion director to fashion director. Essence found a new senior beauty editor in Tasha Turner, formerly the senior beauty director, special issues, at InStyle.

At People Style Watch, Cassady Nordeen was promoted from fashion assistant to associate fashion editor and Regina Gardiner from accessories editor to senior accessories editor.

At Women’s Health, Liza Collis moved from associate fashion market editor to fashion market editor, replacing Thea Palad who is now senior fashion editor.

At Glamour, Marina Khidekel, who used to freelance, was named articles editor, health.

Of course, there has been some movement. Gay Morris Empson, one of the founding members of Child magazine, was named fashion director at Parenting. She will also stay on as fashion director at Working Mother.

Alyse Wax, formerly a freelancer at Hollywood.com, is now fashion writer at USA Network’s new Character Blog.

Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S., publishers of the Elle franchise, named Lisa Hagendorf as director of corporate communications. Previously, she was vice president of public relations at Zinio.

Finally, Sonia Lowe, formerly managing editor at Fit Parent, has been named fashion editor at Anokhi.

 
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From the New York Post (nypost.com)
Some see red as Essence hires a white editor
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Updated: Wed., Jul. 28, 2010, 2:36 AM

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Essence, a Time Inc.-owned monthly that is seen as the ultimate fashion and lifestyle title for black women, is wrestling with a controversy sparked by a former fashion editor who criticized the magazine's decision to hire a white woman as its new fashion director.

Editor-in-Chief Angela Burt-Murray told Media Ink she's aware of the controversy now playing out on Facebook after the magazine named Ellianna Placas, who has worked at O: The Oprah Magazine and US Weekly, as its fashion director but said she's not changing course.

Michaela Angela Davis, who was also founding fashion director for Vibe magazine and a onetime editor-in-chief of the printversion of black fashion magazine Honey, started the cyber controversy yesterday with a Facebook posting that has attracted dozens of comments.

"It's with a heavy heart I've learned that Essence magazine has engaged a white fashion director," she wrote. "The fashion industry has historically been so hostile to black people -- especially women. The seat reserved for black women once held by Susan Taylor, Ionia Dunn-Lee, Harriette Cole (+ me) is now -- I can't. It's a dark day for me."

The controversy has drawn over 90 comments on Facebook. Some, such as Elicia Johnson, wrote, "Wow. What a disappointment."

But many of the comments seemed to be in the vein of "Let's cut a little slack here and see what happens and maybe it will all turn out fine."

"This is not inherently hurtful in my view at all," wrote Danya R. Steele. "Who's to say she won't do a phenomenal job at paying incredible homage to Black female beauty? I wouldn't write this person off based on race alone. I would be curious to hear more about context -- background, past work and upbringing even.

Another commentator, Sarah Gentillon, countered: "If a publication such as Elle, or Cosmopolitan only hired white people in their company, we would quickly jump on that and start calling people racism [sic] etc. Times are changing people and we need to change with it."

Burt-Murray told Media Ink: "I understand that this issue has struck an emotional chord with our audience. However, I selected [Placas], who has been contributing to the magazine on a freelance basis for the last six months, because of her creativity, vision, the positive reader response to her work and her enthusiasm and respect for the audience and our brand. We remain committed to celebrating the unique beauty and style of African-American women in Essence magazine and online at Essence.com."

 
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Things have been pretty quiet on the T front since Anne Christensen left the title, but now it looks like EIC Sally Singer is finally starting to mastermind her masthead. We’re hearing that Singer has tapped good friend Michelle Sanders as her new fashion director, who’ll most likely assume her duties right after Labor Day when Singer starts punching in full-time at the Times.

Until earlier this year, Sanders was senior vice president of Donna Karan Collection accessories, a position she assumed in May of 2007 after serving as president of Miu Miu’s American operations and VP and fashion director at Juicy Couture. Prior to that, she was Vogue’s accessories director for six years, where she developed a close relationship with Singer.
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Sally Singer makes first hires...Michelle Kessler-Sanders from Donna Karan as fashion director and Jacob Brown as features director.
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Simon Robins left Vogue Russia after Aliona Doletskaya.

Ekaterina Mukhina - the first Russian Fashion Director at Vogue Russia. Publishing house "Condé Nast" announced the appointment of Ekaterina Mukhina as fashion director of Vogue Russia. In this position, Ekaterina replaced Simon Robins who decided to leave the magazine.

Ekaterina Mukhina education reporter, in 2002, she graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University. Lomonosova. Her journalistic career began in Vogue Russia: from 2003 to 2004. She worked as a junior fashion editor.

In 2004, Ekaterina Mukhina moved to the publishing house "Hachette Filipacshi Shkulev" to the journal Elle, where she was the first stylist of the magazine, then a junior editor and editor of fashion. In December 2006, was appointed director of fashion magazine Marie Claire.
After June 1, 2009 - director of fashion magazine Elle.
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