Vice is overhauling its print edition to such an extent that it is suspending publication of the title for two months. There will be no January or February issue. The new look Vice will debut in March 2016.
In a post announcing the redesign, Vice editor in chief Ellis Jones said the new magazine will feature more culture coverage and updated columns on sex and finance. The redesigned Vice will also have more content from Vice.com writers.
“I think we ship out a great issue each month, but there’s always room for growth, right? Which is why we’ve decided to do a global redesign of the magazine—coinciding with the company’s 21st anniversary,” wrote Jones.