That was quick.
With the help of ex–'Men's Vogue' editor Jay Fielden.
The former 'Mogue' editor and street-style photographer prefers vintage bow ties, new fedoras, and thrifted suits.
Also, people who used to work for 'Men's Vogue' have new jobs.
God forbid they offend their absolutely enormous fan base of straight manly men.
One Trip Pass, a collection of Americana, clothing, and accessories collected on a ten-week road trip, opens tomorrow.
An entire magazine existed one day, with a full staff, and then one day it didn't. Where did everyone go?
More bad signs of the times, and more publications that are pretending times are better than they really are.
They're offering subscribers 'Portfolio' for the run of their 'Mogue' subscriptions.
Avant-garde clothes of our fashion fantasies, goth Karlie Kloss, male ballerina ass, and more of our favorite images from the December issues.
Sources say her contract is about to expire and she's recommending people to replace her.
Maybe this is why Condé Nast was so quick to shrink the men's fashion title.
Anna reportedly "choked up" during the meeting about 'Men's Vogue' cutbacks.
The show and magazine supplement will go "on hiatus" for 2009.
The stoically straight men's fashion magazine is just nuzzling up closer with its fabulous sister.
Reports have Anna Wintour's manbaby shrinking to only a couple of issues a year, or maybe closing altogether.
All Condé Nast titles must cut staffs and budgets each by 5 percent within weeks.