Topic: Conde Nast

Gender Equality Campaign Erases Women From Billboards and Print Ads

Clinton Foundation teams with brands

Despite a longstanding effort to get women's rights on par with men's, women hold 58 percent fewer executive positions than men in Italy. And in Croatia and Argentina, 42 percent…

The New Yorker Celebrates 90 Years With an Anniversary Issue and Amazon Series

Blowout edition features 9 different covers

It's been a big few days for The New Yorker, which kicked off the week with a blowout double issue celebrating its 90th anniversary and, earlier today, announced the official…

Vanity Fair Courts Oscar Bloggers With a Twitter Vending Machine and Pop-Up Newsroom

Making awards season more social

Besides the Academy Awards, probably the most notable Oscars event is the Vanity Fair after-party. And now the magazine is becoming known for a before-party of sorts—a week-long series of…

Condé Nast's Epicurious Gets a Tech-Savvy Makeover

New site features tools to help you decide what to cook

The long-awaited relaunch of Condé Nast recipe platform Epicurious finally rolled out this morning, boasting a fresh look and a tagline as "the ultimate food resource." The core mission of the…

See Which Celebrities and Moguls Showed Up at CES in Las Vegas [Photos]

Electronics show attracts Ashton and Snoop

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week attracted a diverse crowd, from suited CMOs to A-list celebs. Here's a look at some of the hottest events.

Lucky Is Carving Out an E-Commerce Identity by Putting Readers, Not Products, First

After Condé Nast spinoff, magazine president says content is still key

This summer, Lucky, the 14-year-old "magazine about shopping," made a surprising announcement: It was merging with e-commerce company BeachMint and spinning off from Condé Nast as an independent company. In…

Self Makes 2 Key Hires as It Continues Its Reinvention

New fitness and lifestyle directors

It's been just about six months since Joyce Chang, the former executive editor of Cosmopolitan, officially took over as the new editor in chief of Condé Nast lifestyle title Self—and…

How Conde Nast Plans to Make Epicurious the Ultimate Food Resource

An interview with new Food Innovation Group vp, publisher Pamela Drucker Mann

  Photo: Elizabeth Lippman  Specs Name Pamela Drucker Mann Age 39 New gig Vp and publisher of Food Innovation Group: Bon Appétit and Epicurious Old gig Vp and publisher of Bon Appétit Less than a year ago,…

Condé Nast Launches Food Innovation Group

Bon Appétit-Epicurious merger gets an official title

This past summer, Condé Nast announced that it was handing over control of Epicurious, its all-digital food and recipe brand, to Bon Appétit. While the two brands would remain independent…

How The New Yorker Festival Has Become a Magnet for Brands

Publisher Lisa Hughes talks live events, sponsorships

Since launching 15 years ago, The New Yorker Festival has become the biggest consumer-facing event for its parent company Condé Nast, not to mention one of the buzziest cultural events…