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The Philippines Is the World's 8th Favorite Country

The Philippines scored 90.63 in the tally of 20 nominated countries.
The Conde Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards 2019 voted the Philippines as the 8th favorite country in the world, with a score of 90.63. Topping the list is Indonesia with a score of 92.78, followed by Thailand with a score of 92.37.The

Conde Nast Shuts Down

They're partnering with Farfetch!
It hasn't even been a year since publishing giant Conde Nast relaunched as an e-commerce site, but now that company is shutting it down completely. will cease all trading operations effective immediately, and the site’s URL will redirect to, signifying

Anna Wintour Stars on the Cover of BoF Magazine's America Issue

Here's what we learned from one of the most powerful figures in fashion.
Anna Wintour. At the mere mention of her name, you immediately picture a woman whose face is framed with a short bob and black sunglasses. Her name echoes Vogue Magazine, the most influential fashion authority across the world.Simply put, Anna Wintour may

Vogue Arabia Appoints Manuel Arnaut as Its New Editor-in-Chief

A Vogue veteran replaces the Saudi Princess.
After only two issues, former editor-in-chief Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz has officially left Vogue Arabia. According to the reports, the Saudi royal was "fired" from the position due to her failure to compromise. Princess Deena said in an interview, "I felt the publisher’s approach conflicted with

5 Things You Need to Know About Edward Enninful, the New British Vogue Editor

Congratulations, Edward!
When news that long-time British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexandra Schulman stepped down last January, many wondered who would succeed her. Just recently, Condé Nast International chairman and chief executive Jonathan Newhouse announced that Edward Enninful, "an influential figure in the communities of fashion,

Condé Nast to Launch Vogue Arabia

You’ll never guess who the EIC is!
Vogue finally makes its move to the Middle Eastern market as its publisher, Condé Nast, launches the Arabia edition of the magazine this fall. Partnering with Dubai-based media company Nervora, the media company will first launch a dual language website, in both English and Arabic, to be followed

Style.Com Reveals E-Commerce Strategy

Content is king.
As magazines become shoppable, and shops get their own magazines, here is a website that grew out of a magazine but now wants to be shoppable! hub for runway photos, reviews and fashion-related articles, the American Vogue-backed site shall become an

Candice Swanepoel Is Single No More, and the Week in Review

Cultural highlights in 10 words or less.
Men have been locked out of Candice Swanepoel’s heaven.Word Count: 9A Louboutin pump causes traffic at Condé Nast.Word Count: 7Sharon Stone sizzles at 57.Word Count: 5A possible job opening at Hervé Léger?Word Count: 7Jeans become the new power bank.Word Count: 6

A Louboutin Heel Broke the Condé Nast Escalator

Ouch! We totally feel the owner's pain.
Yes, the tiny heel of a red sole broke an entire escalator at the Condé Nast headquarters in new York. Nareesha McCaffrey's Christian Louboutin heel wedged into the escalator, got stuck, stopped operations temporarily and well, was consequently abandoned.McCaffrey, who is a

Vogue Publisher To Produce More Branded Content

Tailored for consumerism.
Premier media company, Conde Nast, the company responsible for the success of Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and other internationally-renowned magazine titles, is shaking things up content-wise.  The company recently launched a new sector called 23 Stories by Condé Nast. This new
Share To Become An E-Commerce Site

Is this the end of its runway reviews?
Condé Nast announced yesterday that will be the new home of it's upcoming e-commerce business, replacing the website’s news and runway reports, which will be turned over to, a microsite found on"The audience of our magazines and websites around the

Cara Delevingne Lands A New Role

Cara Delevingne Lands A New Role
Cara Delevingne is Love magazine's new contributing editor.The 22-year-old supermodel has taken on the role at the Condé Nast publication and guest edited the Spring/Summer 2015 issue, which will be released on February 9, reports the Daily Telegraph newspaper.The blonde beauty, who

Tweeter Behind @condeelevator Comes Out

Tweeter Behind @CondeElevator Comes Out
The humorous Twitter account, @CondeElevator shows us a picture of how life really happens at the Condé Nast office, where Allure, GQ, Glamour, Teen Vogue, Vogue, and WWD are stationed. It documents bits conversations overheard at the office elevator. Normally,  tweets center on unamountable