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Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Newhouse’

Glamour Heads to Iceland

01-jessica-alba-cover-h724Glamour is getting an Iceland edition. According to WWD, Icelandic Glamour will launch next year, under license with the country’s biggest media company — 365 Media Group.

When the glossy makes its debut, it will be the 17th edition of Glamour. Jonathan Newhouse, chairman and CEO of Condé Nast International, said that Iceland was a perfect fit for the title.

“Iceland is a dynamic market, and we believe there will be a strong demand for the brand in print and digitally,” he explained, in a statement.

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Anna Wintour Sits Near Cool People

When the great and powerful Anna Wintour attends fashion shows, who she sits next to becomes news. Thankfully for those people who care about the butts that were closest to Wintour’s butt, The Cut has put together a great slideshow that captures it all.

Below are just a few of the people lucky enough to be near Wintour.

Please produce as many wild rumors from this list as you want. We’ve provided a couple to get you started.

  • Russell Westbrook (“Anna Wintour Mulls NBA Career”)
  • Sally Singer
  • Nicole Kidman (“Wintour on Kidman: ‘Bewitched was Awful’”)
  • Jonathan Newhouse

Condé Nast Busts Through Middle East Market

Condé Nast Traveller is coming to the Middle East, marking the first time a Condé brand has been available there. The new edition of Traveller — launching sometime with in the next year, according to WWD — will be its eighth.

Middle East Traveller came about via a partnership with ITP Group, the region’s biggest magazine publishing house.

In a statement, Jonathan Newhouse, chairman and Condé Nast International’s CEO, said the new edition was a “natural step.”

Russian Allure Launching Next Year

Allure is coming to Russia next September. The magazine will be the latest Condé Nast publication available there, in addition to Vogue, Glamour, GQ, GQ Style, AD, Tatler, and Condé Nast Traveller. WWD reports that the Russian Allure will be edited by Ksenia Solomatina.

Jonathan Newhouse, the Chairman of Condé Nast International, said that as Russia’s economy has expanded, the market for more titles has increased.

Oh, and here: “Давайте поговорим Louboutins.” That’s how you say “Let’s talk Louboutins” in Russian. Don’t say we never taught you anything.

Condé Nast Adds More Magazine Themed Restaurants

If you’re a fan of places like The Hard Rock Cafe — in other words, corny restaurants — you might be happy about this: Condé Nast is opening more magazine themed restaurants by next year. According to WWD, there will be a Vogue Cafe in Kiev and a GQ Bar in Istanbul. The company already has a pair of the establishments in Moscow, and plans to add more in countries where Condé Nast magazine’s aren’t sold.

Vogue and GQ stand for the best in taste, discernment and pleasurable living,” said Jonathan Newhouse, Chairman of Condé Nast International. “Nothing could be more natural than to expand these brands into restaurants where our readers and digital users can experience these brands in a new and exciting form.”

A preview of GQ Bar: Buffalo wings that look amazing but you can’t afford. A preview of Vogue Cafe: Mozzarella sticks served on couture doilies.