The hits keep on coming in the print-magazine world. The latest shake-up: Details, which Condé Nast has been publishing since 1988 (it was founded as a downtown culture publication in 1982), will close, according to an internal company email. The December/January issue will be its last.
To step into the niche left by Details, GQ Style, which has been a supplement to its parent magazine, will become a quarterly and will also have a beefed-up digital presence, according to the email. However, it doesn't sound like Details EIC Dan Peres and publisher Drew Schutte will be staying on to help with it — the email confirmed that the two will leave the company.