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Women’s Wear Daily, the so-called “bible of fashion,” will be altering its print schedule for the second time in two years and letting go of several staffers.
WWD confirmed to Adweek that it will cease publishing regular, weekly print editions and instead print only special editions.
“We will continue to produce print issues, more selectively—daily in tandem with key industry events and seasonally following fashion weeks, diving deeper into the biggest moments of the industry calendar,” wrote Miles Socha, the newly installed editor in chief, in an