After Months of Rumors, Glamour Is Folding Its Monthly Print Magazine

Will focus on digital and publish special editions instead


Glamour Magazine is eliminating its regular monthly print issue.

The Condé Nast brand will make other investments to meet its audience online, including in digital storytelling, photo shoots and video with “new and ambitious series and projects,” Glamour editor in chief Samantha Barry told staffers in an email.

“We’re going to use print the way our audiences do—to celebrate big moments, like Women of the Year, with special issues that are ambitious, lush and have longevity,” Barry said.

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