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Condé Nast International to launch Vogue Poland in partnership with Visteria

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Vogue will be launched in Poland in 2018. The Polish edition of Vogue will debut digitally and in print in the first half of next year. This new edition of Vogue, the twenty-third, will be published under a license agreement with Visteria. Poland is a thriving market in Eastern Europe, with a growing hunger for luxury. It’s a natural for Vogue,” said Newhouse. 

 

Filip Niedenthal is appointed launch Editor-in-Chief, it was also announced today. Niedenthal is experienced in the Polish publishing world; he was most recently launch Editor of Esquire Poland, after a successful career as Executive Fashion Editor at Harper’s Bazaar Polska, Editor-in-Chief of travel magazine Podróże, in addition to key editorial roles in leading Polish titles Twój Styl and Viva

 

Working with Niedenthal will be Polish model and actress Malgosia Bela, who is appointed Editor-at-Large. A respected name in international fashion circles and now based in Warsaw, Bela has herself featured on several Vogue covers, and brings a unique perspective and experience as a fashion insider, having worked with the industry's top editors, photographers, designers, and stylists. Over the coming months, Vogue Poland will be announcing further new appointments as it builds a world-class team. 

Condé Nast International to launch Vogue Poland in partnership with Visteria

Condé Nast International Luxury Conference 2017

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The third annual Luxury Conference, this year held in Muscat, Oman, examined the concept of Mindful Luxury. The themes discussed related to; Oman’s connection to luxury and trade with the mapping of the new silk route, the emotional aspects of luxury goods, technological innovation and the digital universe, luxury brand opportunities within the Middle East and luxury fragrance, shoes and accessories. Speakers included fashion designer, Elie Saab; Futurist, Sophie Hackford; Economist, Dr Philippa Malmgren; CEO of Vetements, Guram Gvasalia; Designer, Alber Elbaz; Perfumier, Fréderic Malle and Social Influencer and Beauty Guru, Huda Kattan. Suzy Menkes announced that next year’s conference will take place in Portugal on 18th and 19th April 2018, and will focus on the Language of Luxury.

 

Condé Nast International Luxury Conference 2017

Vogue Arabia's Print Edition Launches

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The inaugural print issue of Vogue Arabia hit newsstands in March 2017. The debut issue launch cover, shot by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin features Gigi Hadid—a supermodel with Arab roots via her Palestinian father—styled in a uniquely Arabian way. The print edition of Vogue Arabia followed the launch of bilingual platform Vogue.me in October 2016, a digital-first strategy for the Vogue brand.

 

The magazine is published in English along with a prominent section in Arabic, ensuring that Vogue Arabia reaches and engages readers across the region. Vogue Arabia is the twenty-second edition of the magazine worldwide.

Vogue Arabia's Print Edition Launches

BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2017 Winners

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The British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced Mother of Pearl and palmer//harding as the winners of this year’s BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund. Both winners will receive a full mentoring programme through the BFC’s Business Support team, including access to funders and industry experts and they will also share the £200,00 prize.

 

Alexandra Shulman OBE, Editor of British Vogue and Chair of the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund, commented; “I am delighted that Amy and Levi and Matthew will be beneficiaries of this year’s award. Mother of Pearl and palmer//harding are very different in terms of the clothes they offer and the way they operate but both convinced us that we were backing brands with strong potential who understood how they could grow and who had an exciting vision.

BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2017 Winners

Transgender cover star features on Vogue Paris

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Brazilian model Valentina Sampaio covers the March 2017 edition of Vogue Paris, making it the country’s first ever magazine to feature a transgender model on a cover. Editor-in-Chief Emmanuelle Alt commented Valentina “is the absolute equal of Gisele, Daria, Edie or Anna. Apart from one small detail: Valentina, the femme fatale, was born a boy. It’s a detail one would prefer not to have to mention, a ubiquitous detail in these women’s lives that they didn’t ask for and a detail one imagines they want to forget. But Valentina is on the cover of Vogue this month, not just for her looks or her sparkling personality, but because despite herself she embodies an age-old, arduous struggle to be recognized and not perceived as something Other, a gender exile.” On the topic of transgender beauty, Alt concludes “only when a transgendered person poses on the front cover of a fashion magazine and it is no longer necessary to write an editorial on the subject will we know that the battle is won.

Transgender cover star features on Vogue Paris

Condé Nast Amongst Winners at the Lovie Awards 2016

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The Lovie Awards are the most prestigious European awards honouring online excellence.  Now in its sixth year, The Lovie Awards continue to recognise and celebrate the unique and resonant nature of the European Internet community.

 

The 6th Annual Awards have honoured Condé Nast with the following:

 

Website – Best Design – Condé Nast Edizione for Vogue Italia (Bronze)

Online Advertising - Commercial Campaign of the Year – Condé Nast Britain for WIRED for Jaguar (Silver)

Internet Video – Comedy – Condé Nast Spain for Fashion Drama (Bronze)

Website – Best Homepage – Condé Nast Spain for GQ (Gold)

Website – Fashion and Beauty – Condé Nast Spain for Vogue (Gold)

Website – Best User Experience – Condé Nast Spain for Glamour TV (Bronze)

Condé Nast Amongst Winners at the Lovie Awards 2016