Condé Nast first launched in Australia in 1959 with the introduction of Vogue.
Today, Condé Nast publishes three leading titles on multimedia platforms including Vogue, GQ and Vogue Living, under license to News Corp Australia.
Vogue has remained an authoritative voice in Australian fashion since its debut. Special issues including Vogue Brides and an extensive digital footprint have ensured the brand remains a leader in its category. Events such as Vogue Fashion’s Night Out and Vogue Codes have become important touchstones for clients and audiences. The Vogue voice in Australia extends to Vogue Living, the premier luxury homes title that boasts a strong audience across social, digital and print.
GQ Australia launched in 1998, and the brand’s influence now extends to both print and digital editions as well as tentpole events such as GQ Men of the Year and GQ Gentlemen’s Ball.
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Edições Globo-Condé Nast is a joint venture between Brazilian media company Editora Globo and Condé Nast. Vogue Brazil made its debut in 1975 alongside Casa Vogue with GQ and Glamour joining the stable of publications in 2011 and 2012 respectively.
Now pre-eminent titles across style, beauty, design and culture, the publications champion storytelling and sustainable practice; all four titles have been carbon neutral since 2018. Education has also become a significant part of the group’s focus; since 2017 Edições Globo-Condé Nast has offered its audiences short courses across fashion and design with the aim of growing this area of the business into an e-learning platform.
Edições Globo-Condé Nast has evolved its offering to numerous successful live events, including the GQ Men Of The Year Awards, the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, the Wired Festival, the MUDA Award and the Casa Vogue Experience.
Vogue hosts several luxury events each year including, the Baile da Vogue, Vogue Fashion’s Night Out and Veste Rio.
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Condé Nast publishes seven pre-eminent titles in China under copyright cooperation: Vogue, Vogue Me, Vogue Film, GQ, GQ Style, Condé Nast Traveler and Architectural Digest (AD).
Condé Nast China launched Vogue in 2005. The world of Vogue China has grown to include spin-off titles Vogue Me and Vogue Film, a substantial website, the popular app Vogue Mini, Vogue TV and a sizable social media network. Vogue China is published under a copyright cooperation with China Pictorial.
Likewise, GQ China, founded in 2009, has become an agenda-setting destination for readers, expanding its reach to include the publication of GQ Style, MyGQ app, as well as GQ Lab and GQ Report on digital platform WeChat. GQ is published under copyright cooperation with China News Service.
AD and Condé Nast Traveler China are published under copyright cooperation with China Women’s Magazine.
Launched in 2011, AD inspires the imagination of the readers and sets new standards in inspirational digital and print storytelling.
Condé Nast Traveler China, founded in 2013, aims to serve audiences with premium travel and lifestyle content.
In the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Condé Nast has formed a number of partnerships resulting in the publication of Vogue and La Cucina Italiana.
Vogue Czechoslovakia launched in 2018 with both print and digital offerings. In 2019, the title held the inaugural event Vogue Live, a conference designed to give readers access to experts from across the fashion industry. The title is published in partnership with V24 Media.
La Cucina Italiana, first published in 1929, is a celebration of Italian and Mediterranean food and culture. The Czech edition has been published under license agreement with LCI CZ s.r.o. since 2004.
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Condé Nast France was founded in 1920 when it launched Vogue Paris. This iconic brand was followed by Vogue Hommes, Architectural Digest (AD), Glamour, GQ and Vanity Fair.
Condé Nast France has a reputation for producing some of the best quality written and visual content in the world, across a range of mediums including live experiences. Successful brand extensions for Condé Nast France include Vogue Collections and AD Collector, titles that highlight the best in fashion and interior design.
Events such as the Vogue Fashion Festival have become core to the fashion calendar.
With an unparalleled approach to content, Condé Nast Germany GmbH has been at the forefront of the premium media segment since it was founded in 1978. Its portfolio of iconic brands includes Vogue, Glamour, GQ and Architectural Digest (AD).
Having cultivated a 360° approach to building media brands, their influence now extends to a number of live experiences such as the GQ Men of the Year Awards, the Vogue Salon, the AD Design Summit, Glamour Shopping Week and Glamour Beauty Festival. These events have grown into hugely influential touch points for Condé Nast Germany GmbH’s business and consumer audiences.
Premium lifestyle and luxury brands in Germany also profit from the services of the content-focused creative agency Condé Nast Manufaktur. Creating experiential, 360° campaigns, Manufaktur offers clients access to Condé Nast expertise across the full spectrum of media and an understanding of luxury-minded audiences today. Developing personalized content and unique distribution strategies ensures clients can tap into a full suite of solutions for contemporary brand communication.
Vogue Hong Kong debuted in 2019 with a print magazine in traditional Chinese and a bilingual website in traditional Chinese and English. The title is published under a licensing agreement between Condé Nast and Rubicon Media.
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Launched in 2004, Glamour Hungary is the result of a licensing partnership between Condé Nast and Axel Springer Hungary, one of the largest publishing houses in the country.
One of the best-selling fashion titles in the market, Glamour Hungary also boasts a strong digital output and supplements including the TrendBible, Mommy and Christmas editions.
Signature events for Glamour Hungary include the Women of the Year Awards, the Glammies, Glamour Beauty Festival and Shopping Days, the latter having been developed into the app, Glamour Shopping.
The title also organizes the annual initiative Glamour Gardróbfrissítés, where garments are collected from readers and resold in a pop-up store, the sales of which are donated to organizations for women.
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Condé Nast India is dedicated to producing high quality, compelling content that connects with India’s most influential audiences. A leader within the market, Condé Nast India produces the premium titles Vogue, GQ, Condé Nast Traveller and Architectural Digest (AD).
Over the years, Condé Nast India has extended its magazine offering by successfully diversifying into digital, TV and experiential platforms; thereby setting new benchmarks in the industry and establishing itself as a leader within the luxury and lifestyle space. Similarly, the Condé Nast Creative Studio delivers best-in-class brand solutions with the right degree of editorial authority and influence across multiple digital platforms.
In 2015, the group added Condé Nast Video to its portfolio; some of its best-known work includes the no-holds-barred A-list celebrity talk show “BFFs” as well as the disruptive format breaker “Feet Up With The Stars”.
Condé Nast India has mastered the art of creating experiential properties for consumers. These range from smaller, high-power multi-city events to large-scale marquee properties such as award shows and exhibitions. Flagship properties such as the Vogue Wedding Show, GQ Men of the Year Awards, the AD 100, Vogue Women of the Year Awards, AD Design Show and the Condé Nast Traveller Top Restaurant Awards are hosted with much fanfare and are by far the most anticipated events of the year.
Condé Nast Italia is a leading multimedia communication company whose principal assets are its brands, conveyed through a wide range of contact points with its audiences, both on and offline. Today, the group publishes renowned titles such as Vogue, L'Uomo, GQ, Condé Nast Traveller, Architectural Digest (AD), Glamour, La Cucina Italiana, Vanity Fair, Wired and Experience Is.
Condé Nast Italia has also expanded its web presence with the launch of seven websites: vanityfair.it, wired.it, vogue.it, glamour.it, gqitalia.it, ad-italia.it and lacucinaitaliana.it.
Condé Nast Italy made history with the launch of Experience Is, the first social-only title from the Condé Nast family. Further to this, the group launched the Condé Nast Social Academy in 2017, an institute for people working in influencer marketing, certified by Condé Nast and with scientific and educational input from the Bocconi School of Management.
Today, the group also runs successful major events such as Wired Next Fest, PhotoVogue Festival, Vogue for Milano, Vanity Fair Stories and the GQ Best Dressed Men party.
The Condé Nast Italy headquarters in Piazzale Cadorna, Milan, is also home to the La Scuola de La Cucina Italiana, where the recipes and how-to knowledge from the title’s print and digital offerings come to life in the school’s kitchen.
Established in 1997, Condé Nast Japan has been a champion of premium content and creative expression for two decades. Launching with Vogue Japan in 1999, Condé Nast Japan’s sphere now includes GQ, Vogue Girl, Vogue Wedding and Wired.
In addition to its print and digital editions, Condé Nast Japan has built a strong experiential business in the successful annual shopping event Vogue Fashion’s Night Out (FNO), which launched in 2009 in response to the global financial crisis. Since its inception, FNO has grown to a four-city event, taking place in Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe and Nagoya in 2018 and 2019. Likewise, the Vogue Japan Women of the Year and GQ Japan Men of the Year Awards, launched in 2005 and 2006 respectively, have proven to be vital properties for Condé Nast Japan.
In response to the market’s complex needs and the ever-changing media landscape, Condé Nast Japan launched the Condé Nast Creative Studio in 2014, a content arm focused on producing modern-minded solutions across a variety of business areas. In 2015 Condé Nast Video was launched in collaboration with Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE), to grow the production, distribution and delivery of video across Condé Nast Japan’s stable of titles.
The newest addition to the Condé Nast Japan network, launched in 2019, is Rumor Me. A next generation approach to interacting with Generation Z, Rumor Me is a direct response to the growing social networking service market and those defining the next era of media.
Condé Nast Mexico and Latin America has remained the leader in the lifestyle segment since it was founded in 1998. Celebrating the rich diversity of the cultures within its reach, the company caters to a number of countries and regions including Mexico, Argentina, the Caribbean, Central America, Colombia, Peru and Chile.
Serving audiences with authentic and influential content, Condé Nast Mexico and Latin America began its journey with Glamour, followed by Vogue, GQ and Architectural Digest (AD).
Now, a robust event line-up complements the print and digital offerings and remains an important touchstone for partners and audiences. Event highlights include Who's on Next (WON), a national competition run by Vogue that scouts new talent and supports local fashion; Vogue Atelier Novias, a premier luxury wedding event; GQ Men of the Year Awards and the annual AD Icons of Design Awards in honor of the most distinguished individuals in architecture and design.
Condé Nast has established a number of partnerships in the Middle East and now publishes five titles within the region under licensing agreements.
Condé Nast Traveller, AD and GQ Middle East are published under a licensee agreement with Arab Publishing Partners Inc., a division of the ITP Group, the Gulf’s largest consumer and business magazine publisher. Noteworthy events for the titles include the Condé Nast Traveller Middle East Readers’ Choice Awards and the GQ Men of the Year Awards.
Vogue Arabia and Wired Middle East are published in partnership with Nervora.
Vogue Arabia's online platform, vogue.me, launched in 2016 and is published in Arabic and English. This groundbreaking digital-first launch for Vogue was followed by a print edition in 2017.
In 2019, Nervora launched Wired Middle East as a digital-first proposition, including both website and social media channels. A quarterly print edition of the brand will follow.
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Condé Nast began its association with Hearst Netherlands in 2005 with the launch of Glamour. Now, the licensee agreement includes Vogue, launched in the market in 2012. Since Vogue’s launch, the brand has expanded with several special issues including Vogue Man, Vogue Living, Vogue Wedding and Vogue Holiday.
Both brands boast extensive digital, social and event footprints. Important events include the National Glamour Day and Glamour Beauty Festival as well as Vogue Online Shopping Night, Vogue Flower Market, Vogue Beauty Night and Vogue Christmas Market.
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Condé Nast publishes two of its most renowned titles in Poland, Glamour and Vogue.
Established in 2003, Glamour Poland is published in partnership with licensee Burda GL Polska Sp. Z o.o. Glamour Poland has become one of the best-selling women’s monthlies in the country and now hosts a myriad of events and initiatives including the Glammies, Glamour Girl of the Year and the Glamour Summer Camp.
Vogue Poland launched in 2018 alongside its digital platform vogue.pl. It is published under a licensing agreement with Visteria.
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Vogue and GQ are both published in the Portuguese market under license to Lighthouse Publishing.
The premier men's magazine in Portugal, GQ provides definitive coverage of style and culture. The title has evolved into a renowned multimedia brand, with a stylish website, an intuitive iPad edition and on brand events such as the GQ Men of the Year Awards.
Vogue Portugal was launched in October 2002 and is the fastest growing magazine in the market. The website, vogue.pt, launched in 2011.
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Condé Nast Russia is a multimedia, multiplatform publisher founded in 1998. The group owns five brands and publishes seven renowned magazine titles including Vogue, GQ, GQ Style, Tatler, Glamour, Glamour Style Book and Architectural Digest (AD).
The group also publishes four special issues (AD’s 100 Best Architects and Designers in Russia, AD Small Spaces, Tatler Teen and Tatler Schools Guide) and runs six websites (vogue.ru, glamour.ru, gq.ru, admagazine.ru, tatler.ru, condenast.ru) and their corresponding social media channels.
The media powerhouse hosts an array of events including Vogue Fashion’s Night Out, GQ Men of the Year Awards, Glamour Women of the Year Awards, the AD Russian Party, Glamour's Influencer Awards and the Tatler Debutantes Ball.
Condé Nast Russia also holds the annual Condé Nast Digital Day (CNDD) conference, a one-day symposium launched in 2009 that explores best practices in digital media, marketing, and communication around the world.
Condé Nast is one of the top short-form lifestyle publishers on Russian YouTube, a renowned creative partner for international beauty and fashion brands alike.
The majority of branded content generated by the group, including video, digital, social and print, is produced by the Condé Nast Creative Studio.
The total audience of all five Condé Nast Russia brands is over 21 million people, a figure that continues to grow rapidly.
Condé Nast Independent Magazines was established in 1997 and is a licensee of Condé Nast, publishing Glamour, GQ and House & Garden.
House & Garden launched in 1998, followed by GQ in 1999 and Glamour in 2004. Key standalone brand extensions, GQ Style and Glamour Hair, were launched in 2012. Similarly, GQ’s Best Dressed Men of the Year Awards has become one of South Africa's premier dates on the social calendar.
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Condé Nast publishes Vogue, GQ and Allure in South Korea under license to Doosan Magazine, the country’s leading media company.
Each title is now a successful multimedia brand within its own right, offering their audiences engaging content and inspirational storytelling. Successful brand extensions include Vogue Market, GQ Night and Allure’s Best of Beauty Awards, The Green Campaign, Beauty Fair and Wonderflow Festival.
In 2019, in collaboration with Eclat Media Group, Condé Nast announced Wired Korea will join the market with a digital-first proposition. Yoon-Kyoung Kim was appointed as the first female Editor-in-Chief of the publication. A print edition will follow the digital launch in 2020.
Doosan Magazine 9th Floor, Doosan Building 105-7 Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam-gu Seoul 135-714 Korea
Since 1988 Condé Nast Spain has set the standard of editorial excellence in the Spanish market with leading brands: Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair, Glamour, AD, and Condé Nast Traveler.
Condé Nast Spain focuses on innovation, and is distinguished by the exercise of independent journalism and the quality of its contents, which serve as a source of inspiration for its readers. Events such as Vogue Who's On Next, Vogue Fashion’s Night Out, GQ Men of the Year, Vanity Fair Character of the Year Award, the AD Awards and the Condé Nast Traveler Awards play a pivotal role for the business and in expanding Condé Nast Spain’s influence.
Based on this editorial intelligence formula, Condé Nast Spain generates high quality and effective branded content via Condé Nast Creative Studio, and leads fashion and lifestyle education through the Condé Nast College Spain, a pioneering institution that started with the Vogue Master in Fashion and Beauty Communication.
Condé Nast Taiwan has been a key media player in the Chinese-speaking world since 1996 with the launch of Vogue and GQ Taiwan, and the Interculture agency.
At the forefront of style and the cultural conversation, Condé Nast Taiwan consistently produces dynamic and engaging content across its multiple platforms. Vogue and GQ together reach over 30% of the population through their websites, generating over 14 million visits per month, and lead the market in followers on all major social platforms.
Vogue Taiwan, meanwhile, has extended its annual print offering to include Vogue Beauty, Wedding, Living, Gift and ME, which is tailored to speak to Millennials and Generation Z.
Success with event properties Vogue Fashion’s Night Out and GQ Men of the Year Awards has seen Condé Nast Taiwan expand its experiential portfolio to include Vogue Picnic, GQ Suit Walk and GQ Bar Surfing, as well as the GQ Urban Camping and Meat Festivals.
Additionally, Interculture acts as both contract publisher and PR and content marketing agency for the group, developing multifaceted solutions, from print to video, for clients across many different industries.
With a diverse multimedia offering, Condé Nast Taiwan connects with a wide range of audiences, while providing extensive and valuable marketing solutions for its partners.
Condé Nast publishes Vogue, GQ and La Cucina Italiana in Turkey. Under a licensing partnership with the Doğus Media Group, one of Turkey's leading multimedia companies, Condé Nast launched Vogue in 2010 and GQ in 2012. Both titles have expanded their operations into successful events and supplements, including GQ Men of the Year Awards, and Vogue Kids, Men and Weddings.
The Turkish edition of La Cucina Italiana debuted in 2012, a mixture of Italian, Mediteranian and Turkish cuisines. The brand launched in partnership with MC Publishing.
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Condé Nast Britain was founded in 1916 in the midst of World War I with the launch of British Vogue.
Today, Condé Nast Britain publishes the most titles outside of the U.S.; these include Vogue, GQ, GQ Style, Tatler, Condé Nast Traveller, Vanity Fair, House & Garden, World of Interiors, Glamour, Wired, Love, and Condé Nast Johansens.
In 2018, Condé Nast Britain sold 9 million magazines in 60 countries, published 13,000 stories on its websites, 5,000 videos, over 100,000 posts on social media, to 17 million followers globally, and produced over 60 events.
Events include GQ Men of the Year Awards, Vogue Fashion and Film Party, Glamour Beauty Festival, Vanity Fair Climate Exchange and Wired Health.
Condé Nast Britain’s operations extend to licensing and hospitality, as well as the Condé Nast Creative Studio, an in-house creative agency that offers clients innovative, industry-leading creative solutions.
Launched in 2013, Vogue Ukraine is published under a license agreement with Media Group Ukraine. Annually, the title produces its famed ‘Art Issue,’ a celebration of the art world, trends and issues significant to the industry.
In addition to strong digital and social platforms, Vogue Ukraine holds the annual Vogue UA Conference, an event where experts from across the fashion, design and digital worlds debate and discuss issues pertinent to the industry today.
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The company's portfolio includes many of the world's most respected and influential media properties including Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Self, GQ, The New Yorker, Condé Nast Traveler, Allure, Architectural Digest (AD), Bon Appétit and Wired, among others.
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