Condé Nast to take Teen Vogue online-only

02 Nov 2017  |  Ellen Hammett 
Condé Nast to take Teen Vogue online-only

Condé Nast is shutting down its print version of Teen Vogue after 14 years, while reducing the publication frequency of a number of other titles in the US.

GQ, Glamour, Allure and Architectural Digest will go from 12 issues a year to 11, Bon Appétit from 11 issues to 10, and W and Condé Nast Traveler from 10 to eight.

Teen Vogue, which currently publishes five issues a year, will become a digital-only brand.

The move is expected to result in 80 job losses from the New York-based publisher's 3,000-strong team, while the worst-performing divisions and magazines can expect to see their budgets cut by up to 20 per cent.

Monthly titles Vanity Fair, Vogue and Wired, and weekly publication The New Yorker, will continue at their current frequency, as will Brides, which comes out six times a year.


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