FOURTH ESTATE: Too Close For Comfort




At lunch tables from New York’s Royalton to Remi, magazine editors were stunned. While most acknowledge that the wall between advertising and editorial is crumbling, the debate raged whether Vogue’s publisher Ron Galotti had just taken an Uzi and blown it away.
In cahoots with Elizabeth Arden, Vogue asked its marketing staff to define its customer.

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