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Men's Vogue

  1. Stephen Drucker Out at Town & Country, Jay Fielden InThat was quick.
  2. amazing grace
    Grace Coddington Is Working on a MemoirWith the help of ex–’Men’s Vogue’ editor Jay Fielden.
  3. tastemakers
    Mordechai Rubinstein Styles Himself After a David Hockney PaintingThe former ‘Mogue’ editor and street-style photographer prefers vintage bow ties, new fedoras, and thrifted suits.
  4. loose threads
    Betsey Johnson Still Wants Diffusion Line; Alexander Wang Parties at the Gas StationAlso, people who used to work for ‘Men’s Vogue’ have new jobs.
  5. campaign trail
    Men’s Vogue Refused to Publish Marc Jacobs Ad Starring Gay CoupleGod forbid they offend their absolutely enormous fan base of straight manly men.
  6. how the west was shopped
    Billy Reid Hosts Vintage Pop-up Shop Starting TomorrowOne Trip Pass, a collection of Americana, clothing, and accessories collected on a ten-week road trip, opens tomorrow.
  7. Five Months Later: What’s Happened to Everyone at Men’s VogueAn entire magazine existed one day, with a full staff, and then one day it didn’t. Where did everyone go?
  8. keep on survivin'
    Men’s Vogue Now a Vogue Barnacle’Vogue Living’ could be next.
  9. in vogue
    Hooray! Men’s Vogue Isn’t Closing!Internet rumors be damned.
  10. The Media Climate Gets Hotter and HauterMore bad signs of the times, and more publications that are pretending times are better than they really are.
  11. bloodbaths
    The Men’s Vogue Mystery Unfolds, SomewhatThey’re offering subscribers ‘Portfolio’ for the run of their ‘Mogue’ subscriptions.
  12. bloodbaths
    Rumor: Men’s Vogue No Longer PublishingWord has it ‘Mogue’ is dunzo.
  13. wintour wonderland
    Is Anna Wintour Retiring?!Sources say her contract is about to expire and she’s recommending people to replace her.
  14. ‘Men’s Vogue’ Was Only Selling Through 19 Percent on the NewsstandMaybe this is why Condé Nast was so quick to shrink the men’s fashion title.
  15. tears of fashion
    Anna Wintour’s Tears of Fashion?Anna reportedly “choked up” during the meeting about ‘Men’s Vogue’ cutbacks.
  16. r.i.p.
    Condé Nast Cans ‘Fashion Rocks’The show and magazine supplement will go “on hiatus” for 2009.
  17. ‘Men’s Vogue’ Down to Two Issues a Year, Packaged With ‘Vogue’The stoically straight men’s fashion magazine is just nuzzling up closer with its fabulous sister.
  18. What’s Going to Happen to ‘Men’s Vogue’?Reports have Anna Wintour’s manbaby shrinking to only a couple of issues a year, or maybe closing altogether.
  19. bloodbaths
    Will ‘Mogue’ Cut Back to Two Issues Per Year? Or Fold Altogether? (UPDATED)All Condé Nast titles must cut staffs and budgets each by 5 percent within weeks.
  20. male media
    ‘Men’s Vogue’ Knows What Men WantEditor Jay Fielden says it’s a good tagline.
  21. cover boys
    The Fashion Spot Responds to Barack Obama’s New ‘Men’s Vogue’ CoverAnd they came thisclose to getting political.
  22. One Day, Hudson Morgan and Bam Margera Went to North KoreaAnd they all lived happily ever after. Well, except maybe Kim Jong Il.
  23. Hometrosexual Ariel Foxman Made Editor of ‘In Style’GOD, is there anything that guy DOESN’T get?
  24. run through
    Lookie! Sean Avery Blogs!It’s superstar intern Sean Avery’s second day guest-editing MensVogue.com and he’s trying his hand at blogging!
  25. cult of personality
    The Diary of ‘Vogue’ Intern Sean AveryAs part of his internship, Avery is guest-editing Mensvogue.com this week, and he’s kicking things off with a diary about what his experience has been like.
  26. Annie Leibovitz Still on the Trail With ObamaThe famous photographer says she’s planning a spread for ‘Men’s Vogue.’ But didn’t she already do that?
  27. ‘Portfolio’ Still Looking Elsewhere for InspirationHave you noticed that all of the news about the Great Condé Nast Reshuffling of 2008 has emerged from Women’s Wear Daily? It’s becoming the mouthpiece of the company’s HR department. (Or maybe the news is all a little too boring for anyone else to care about.) After a week of updates about shifts and firings on the business side at Condé titles Vogue, Golf Digest, Lucky, Teen Vogue, and The New Yorker, WWD today tells us about Portfolio (this month’s cover pictured here). Apparently the business mag’s editor, Joanne Lipman, tapped recently departed Post metro editor, Dan Colarusso, to run its growing Website. Also, to fill new Portfolio publisher William Li’s absence at Men’s Vogue, Condé looked within its walls to Details associate publisher, Marc Berger. We’d walk you through all of the changes that came last week, but the most telling detail is already above: While the rest of Condé Nast continues to recruit talent only from inside the company, Portfolio continues to look outside for fresh ideas! New Titles All Around [WWD]
  28. Hey, HR! Lauren Conrad Needs a New Magazine ‘Job’FASHION • Stella McCartney just had baby number three: Beckett Robert Lee Willis. [WWD] • Mulberry’s new shoe line is set to debut on Valentine’s Day. [British Vogue] • The Hills girls will no longer “work” at Teen Vogue. [WWD]
  29. At ‘Men’s Vogue’ Dinner, Roger Federer Makes Anna Wintour GiggleWhile Andy Roddick and Rafael Nadal were preparing dinner at the W last night, Roger Federer was busy eating at the Gramercy Park Hotel, where Men’s Vogue put on a dinner in his honor at Wakiya. Federer was there with his girlfriend, Mirka Vavrinec, but he was Anna Wintour’s man for the night; she took him on her arm and flirtatiously accompanied him around the room, introducing him to friends like Diane Von Furstenberg, Vera Wang, and Oscar de la Renta. We asked Miss Anna about her favorite tennis couture this season. “Anything that Roger wears,” she replied with a girlish giggle. If we were Shelby Bryan, we might be getting nervous. —Brett Amelkin Earlier: Andy Roddick Cooks Dinner (With Help From Marcus Samuelsson) Bonus Party Lines: Read more about Anna Wintour’s tennis habits in our coverage of the Men’s Vogue dinner.
  30. the industry
    Spike Lee to Attend Theater for First Time in YearsSpike Lee will direct a re-mounting of World War II comedy-drama-mystery Stalag 17 on Broadway, produced by play’s original producer, Michael Abbott. Lee has never directed for the stage and, according to the NYT, can’t remember the last play he attended.
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