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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by tFS Thread Manager, Sep 14, 2017.
Ariel Foxman would be amazing at Bazaar!
I find myself wondering what magazines would look like under the editorship of the most successful bloggers. They've built formidable business with far fewer resources than the publications. Like a Leandra Medine at Glamour or Emily Weiss at Allure of even Elle. Weiss is probably way too busy with Glossier tho.
Oh please, Carine would totally accept that job...Only if she manages to have her bosses to be as indulgent as Newhouse was in her first few years at Vogue when she managed to have side projects.
I don't know if it's possible in the US tho.
But Carine would totally accept that: a huge paycheck, the power and all...
Right now we need a someone to counter Anna and CN's dominance. Hearst is in a much better position than CN in terms of finance, but their leaders don't own that confidence. Carine, in that brash showy way could be that person.
Btw, Merry (belated) Christmas to all the thread posters and lurkers! Hope you had a splendid day.
Ok, I'm confused. Is L'Uomo officially over? They are posting new vids on their Instagram Now I have my doubts (and hope)
Bad news from Indonesia, we lost some of our magazine in December 2017. FHM, Esquire, RollingStone, Grazia, Cleo all closing their edition at the same month.
And here is the official "Stephen Gan is moving to Elle" announcement.
I feel sorry for Ruba.
But, amem we are free of Gan. One more to go, and I think he’s leaving Bazaar has something to do with Carine...
Yawn. Nothing to see here. The irrelevancy of these magazines.
Thanks for posting though!
I don’t know what tread to go.
I have a doubt. What a market editor/ fashion market editor/ accessories editor do?
I was looking the masthead of american vogue, and there’s a lot of people there and I don’t know what they do
Article in NYT about Bruce Weber and Testino sexually harrassing male models. Condé Nast says they’ll stop working with both photogs for “the foreseeable future.”
Not sure if it's ok to post this, but i have personally heard stories about Testino for years, from models, to his former assistants that had some cringe worthy experiences right from Harvey Weinstein book!!
How glorious to see someone as powerful as Testino be held accountable, i thought the day would never come! The amount of support this man has in the industry, despite many knowing, is insane!!
Surprised and happy by Anna's statement, it truly feels like we are at a point of change in the world, and creeps are being weeded OUT!! The fact they won't work wtih him, no CN title, is amazing step, and i hope he doesn' weasel himself out of this, and more people come forward!
You're absolutely correct Miss Dalloway, can we please refrain from this discussion here in 'The Business of Magazines' and move over to this thread here (http://forums.thefashionspot.com/f6...del-sexual-assault-295581-5.html#post14060045), where the topic is already being discussed. Many thanks!
^ Thanks for the heads up, feel free to delete my comment, i reposted it in the thread!
I wonder what these decisions by Condé Nast will mean for young talented models like Cara Taylor and others. Will their career be set on a hiatus? Will they have enough work with other clients to keep the momentum going (or will others be following Condé Nast)? Will it be the end of their career for some of them?
And will Kaia Gerber become a model/it-girl gone pure it-girl because otherwise Vogue won't be able to work with her any longer?
They can still work. This is actually an amazing thing for every underage model. They will have time to develop into beautiful women before being set to work. Test shoots, campaigns, everything a child model usually does.
What I'm curious to see is if the recent trend of older models will continue and we will see more 30-40 years old models on Vogue. I would love that.
Very interesting....about Latam Fashion Media