'Vogue' Sees Decent Gain for September Issue

Fashion bible releases ad figures for critical issue

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Vogue closed its closely watched September issue with 584 ad pages, an increase of 50 pages, or 9.3 percent, over the year-ago issue, publisher Susan Plagemann said.

The increase is smaller than last year’s uptick of 25 percent, when magazine ad spending was starting to come back post-recession. In 2007, Vogue had its all-time high with 727 ad pages. Still, it’s a decent gain for the fashion category leader, considering its already hefty size.

Plagemann said the Condé Nast title benefited from gains in fashion, retail and beauty advertising and the brand's health, pointing to newsstand



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