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HIGHLIGHTS FROM CONDé NAST INTERNATIONAL

Vogue Poland Debuts as Multi-Media Brand

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Vogue Poland, the 23rd edition of the fashion bible, debuts on the 14th February. The print issue will launch simultaneously with vogue.pl, which will bring the reader up-to-the minute and insightful news online seven days a week. Vogue Poland is published under licence agreement with media venture Visteria.

 

The striking yet minimalist launch cover is shot by Juergen Teller, and features supermodels Anja Rubik and Małgosia Bela set in front of the iconic Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. The content of the debut issue includes a photographic portfolio produced by Juergen Teller; an eclectic mix of fashion and portraits celebrating Polish icons in art, culture and politics. The issues will highlight the work of many Polish fashion designers together with Polish and international contributors.

 

Filip Niedenthal, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Poland, remarked, “Vogue’s arrival in Poland bringswith it authority and insight, qualities which will quickly establish it as the luxury market leader. We are pleased to be able to offer unique content to fulfill the needs of our localreaders.

Vogue Poland Debuts as Multi-Media Brand

Glamour Germany hosts 14th edition of Glammy Awards in Munich

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The evening of 1st February was dedicated to Germany’s top cosmetics brands, when industry professionals and influencers gathered together to celebrate the ever-growing world of beauty at Glamour’s GLAMMY Awards 2018 in Munich, Germany. This year the Editor’s Choice Award was granted to UND GRETEL, a natural and organic cosmetics brand. German actress Sibel Kekilli won “Glamour Loves Characters Award” that celebrates inner beauty and is awarded to a person who is fighting towards a better society. Kekilli won the award based on her active work against sexism and racism.  

Glamour Germany hosts 14th edition of Glammy Awards in Munich

Karl Lagerfeld covers Vogue Germany's special January 2018 issue

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Vogue Germany has produced a special edition for January 2018, featuring Karl Lagerfeld on the cover and with an exclusive interview. The issue was made in partnership with German ZEITmagazin,with two covers showing a portrait of Karl Lagerfeld, and the quote "I am basically harmless, I just do not look like that". For the interview, Vogue Germany Editor-in-Chief Christiane Arp and Christoph Amend, Editor-in-Chief of ZEITmagazin met the fashion designer and photographer in Paris in November, before Lagerfeld's presentation his 'Métiers d'Art' collection at Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie.

 

ZEITmagazin and Vogue Germany have been cooperating successfully together for quite some time. Christine Arp, commented “Vogue and ZEITmagazin combine more than competitive thinking could separate us. The passionate interest in fashion, culture, art and social phenomena.”

 

Karl Lagerfeld covers Vogue Germany's special January 2018 issue

GQ Bar Berlin Celebrates Glamorous Opening

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On Wednesday 13th December, the grand opening of GQ Bar Berlin took place in the Patrick Hellmann Schlosshotel, Berlin-Grunewald. Numerous guests, including Till Lindemann, Alex Völkel, Sascha Vollmer and Wana Limar, celebrated in style to popular music by DJ Binichnich aka HARRIS. Guests were welcomed by Moritz von Laffert, Condé Nast Germany President, and Gary Robinson, Director of Condé Nast International Restaurants. Mortiz von Laffert commented: ‘Brand experience concepts are a key element in our diversification strategy. I am delighted that the new bar can now bring GQ to a new dimension for our readers, as well as for connoisseurs from all over the world.”

 

GQ Bar is the first of its kind in Western Europe. It was created in a partnership between Condé Nast International Restaurants and Patrick Hellmann Collection, the premium lifestyle and fashion brand. Gary Robinson explained the concept behind GQ bar: ‘’By mixing food and drink classics with modern re-interpretations, the bar offers its guests a unique experience in a luxurious and comfortable environment. GQ Bar Berlin stands up as a real beacon of good taste where everyone can look forward to socialising in style.”

GQ Bar Berlin Celebrates Glamorous Opening

Condé Nast International To Hold Luxury Conference in Cape Town in 2019

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Condé Nast International will host its annual Luxury Conference in 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa, it was announced by Suzy Menkes, International Vogue Editor and curator of this annual event. ‘The Nature of Luxury’ will be the fifth Condé Nast International event of its kind, with ‘The Language of Luxury’ Conference taking place in Lisbon in April 2018. Suzy Menkes commented: “‘The Nature of Luxury’ shows Condé Nast International, once again, as the absolute leader in global seminars for the luxury and fashion industry. Taking the annual Luxury Conference to South Africa is not only a bold gesture but also a statement of support of the entire continent’s current growth. Its subject also embraces a changing perception of what luxury stands for: craft, handwork, nature and nurture in an ever-changing landscape. I hope that our attendees will enjoy discovering the nature of luxury with me, and the importance of this industry to Africa.” 'The Nature of Luxury’ Conference will take place in Cape Town, South Africa on the 10th and 11th April 2019. Further details will be announced in due course on www.CNILuxury.com.

Condé Nast International To Hold Luxury Conference in Cape Town in 2019

'Manolo Blahnik: El Arte del Zapato' exhibition arrives in Madrid with Vogue Spain

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'Manolo Blahnik: El Arte del Zapato' opens its doors in Madrid at the Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas, in collaboration with Vogue Spain. The exhibition arrives in Madrid after visiting Milan, Saint Petersburg and Prague, and is open to the public from 28th November until March 2018 before concluding in Toronto. Curated by Cristina Carrillo de Albornoz and coordinated by Vogue Spain Creative Consultant Debbie Smith, the retrospective will display over 200 shoes and 80 original sketches of Blahnik's.

 

The Marie Antoinette collection will also be presented, created by Blahnik together with Oscar winner Milena Canonero for Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette (2006), as well as two of the Italian designer’s own creations. The exhibition will also present photography from the Condé Nast archives, displaying iconic works from photographers, Helmut Newton, Arthur Elgort, Irving Penn, Peter Lindbergh, David Bailey and Patrick Demarchelier. In celebration of the exhibition, Blahnik has collaborated with Bulgari on an exclusive style featuring Bulgari jewels. Other partners include Tanqueray NºTEN, Porsche and Turismo de Canarias.

'Manolo Blahnik: El Arte del Zapato' exhibition arrives in Madrid with Vogue Spain