Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Deborah Needleman Departs T Magazine for New Endeavors
Deborah Needleman, Editor-in-Chief of the New York Times Style Magazine, has decided to leave the company after 4 years. She has built a tremendous staff, and they will continue producing one of the world’s most beautiful magazines while they decide who will succeed her.
Fashion Crowd Fêtes W Magazine Editor Edward Enninful
Stefano Tonchi hosted a dinner on Sunday for W magazine's fashion and style director Edward Enninful at Wolfgang Puck’s Tribeca steakhouse Cut.
Bon Appetit Hunts for Hungry Millennials with Spinoffs
Bon Appétit is launching a digital expansion with three new verticals coming in 2017. The first, Healthy-ish, for young, female readers, will kick off January 17. Two more brands are set to follow: One for newbie home cooks in March; and City Guides, a multi-platform series supported by 40 social videos, coming in April.
150 Years of Harper's Bazaar
Founded in 1867, Harper's Bazaar was one of the first publications dedicated to looking at the lives of women through the lens of fashion. In celebration of Bazaar's 150th anniversary, we recall the magazine's beginnings and the drive to dare that was there from the start.
Vanity Fair France Set to Publish 50 Most Powerful French People List
Fashion designers Isabel Marant, Olivier Rousteing and Vanessa Seward figure among the 50 most influential French people in the world, according to a ranking to be published in the December/January issue of Vanity Fair France.
A New Magazine Focuses on Food Preservation
Cured, a periodical about preserving food, covers a wealth of topics under the editorial direction of Darra Goldstein, an author and a founder of Gastronomica.
Books For Print People: The Way Back And Forward
Some exceptional revivals of historical magazine content serve as a reminder that book publishing has become one of the caretakers of the legacy of periodical brands.
Snapchat Pop-up Store Pushes New Video Glasses
Snapchat’s parent company opened a surprise pop-up store on Monday that sells its new video-shooting Spectacles — right next door to Apple’s Fifth Avenue flagship.
Instagram Enters Live Video Fray (and Takes on Snapchat)
Instagram will let users share live video in Instagram Stories and send direct messages with disappearing images and videos.
BuzzFeed, NBCUniversal to Intertwine Ad Sales and Production
Move is part of NBCU’s strategic investment in the digital media company
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