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Condé Montrose Nast buys Vogue and establishes Condé Nast Publications
1913
Vanity Fair launches
1913
Condé Montrose Nast publishes  essay outlining his philosophy of “class publishing”
1914
Condé Nast elevates magazine photography with the arrival of Baron Adolphe de Meyer
1915
House & Garden is fully acquired
1916
British Vogue launches; Condé Nast becomes first company to publish international editions
1919
Dorothy Parker among the founding members of the Algonquin Round Table
1923
Edward Steichen becomes chief photographer
1924
Condé Nast pioneers “bleed” printing process
1927
Condé Nast moves to Midtown
1928
The American Golfer is acquired
1928
Condé Nast gets a Modernist makeover
1932
Vogue prints its first full-color photographic cover
1932
Horst P. Horst joins Condé Nast
1936
The American Golfer is sold
1936
Vanity Fair ceases independent publication and is “combined with” Vogue
1939
Glamour launches
1941
Alexander Liberman joins Condé Nast
1943
Irving Penn joins Vogue staff
1945
Condé Nast opens Vogue Studio
1946
J.D. Salinger begins writing for The New Yorker
1954
John Updike begins five-decade-long association with The New Yorker
1956
Joan Didion joins Vogue
1959
Newhouse acquires Condé Nast
1959
Brides is acquired
1959
Mademoiselle is acquired
1960
Alexander Liberman’s tenure as Editorial Director begins
1961
Helmut Newton begins association with Condé Nast
1965
Richard Avedon’s career at Vogue begins
1965
The New Yorker publishes In Cold Blood 
1973
Condé Nast headquarters relocates to 350 Madison Avenue in Manhattan
1975
Samuel Irving (S.I.) Newhouse Jr. named Chairman of Condé Nast
1979
Self  launches
1979
GQ is acquired
1983
Gourmet is acquired
1983
Vanity Fair relaunched
1983
Annie Leibovitz joins Condé Nast
1985
The New Yorker is acquired
1987
Condé Nast Traveler launches
1988
Details is acquired
1988
Anna Wintour pioneers high-low style on her first Vogue cover
1990
Glamour debuts its Women of the Year Awards
1991
Annie Leibovitz shoots iconic cover for Vanity Fair
1991
Allure launches
1992
SELF pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness debuts
1993
Bon Appétit is acquired
1993
Architectural Digest is acquired
1995
Vanity Fair hosts its inaugural annual Oscar® Night Party in 1994, followed by its first Hollywood Issue in 1995
1995
Condé Nast launches its first website, Epicurious.com
1996
Allure Best of Beauty Awards debut
1996
Malcolm Gladwell’s “The Tipping Point” published in The New Yorker 
1997
Condé Nast Traveler Hot List debuts
1997
Anna Wintour becomes annual  co-chair of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala
1998
Wired is acquired
1998
Condé Nast Sports for Women launches 
1999
Fairchild Publications is acquired
1999
W is acquired as part of Fairchild Publications
1999
Concierge.com launches
1999
Condé Nast moves to 4 Times Square
2000
Style.com launches
2000
Lucky launches
2001
Golf Digest Publications is acquired
2002
Modern Bride is acquired
2003
Teen Vogue launches
2004
Cargo launches
2004
CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund established
2005
Men’s Vogue launches
2005
Cookie launches
2005
Domino launches
2005
Vanity Fair reveals the identity of the Watergate source known as “Deep Throat”
2006
Vogue Living launches 
2006
Condé Nast acquires Reddit.com, NutritionData.com and Wired.com
2007
Condé Nast Portfolio Launches
2008
Condé Net acquires Ars Technica and SFO Media, including sites HotelChatter.com and Jaunted.com
2009
Condé Nast leads mobile digital edition development
2009
Domino, Cookie, Portfolio, Cargo, Men’s Vogue and Elegant Bride cease publication
2009
Vogue inaugurates Fashion’s Night Out
2010
GQ and Wired are among the first magazines available as a digital edition on the iPad
2010
Gourmet Live app launches
2010
WWD launches Menswear
2011
17 Condé Nast titles are among the first available at launch of the Kindle Fire and NOOK Color
2011
Fairchild Fashion Group renamed Fairchild Fashion Media
2011
Style.com magazine Launches
2011
At year’s end Condé Nast has 10 digital editions on the iPad
2011
Condé Nast Entertainment Group Established
2012
Condé Nast optimizes its 12 digital editions for the new iPad  
2012
The New Yorker launches the 3” digital edition for the iPhone and the 3” storefront
2012
Condé Nast presents exhibition of rare photos as first-time partner of Art Basel Miami Beach
2013
Anna Wintour named artistic director of Condé Nast
2013
Condé Nast Entertainment launches Digital Video Network
2013
Condé Nast funds Italian scholarships
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