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Yahoo Style Launches Shoppable Gift Guides

The first of which features picks selected by Joe Zee.

September, magazines, Alliance for Audited Media, Cosmopolitan, Lucy Hale, InStyle, Julia Roberts, Vogue, Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne, Karlie Kloss, Joanna Coles, Glamour, Olivia Wilde, Vanity Fair, Natalia Vodianova, Condé Nast, Seventeen, Ariana Grande, Elle, Kristen Stewart, Marie Claire, Blake Lively, Harper’s Bazaar, Carine Roitfeld, Lady Gaga, Penélope Cruz, Linda Evangelista, GQ, Esquire,

September Cover Stars and Slips

While the newsstand may be ailing, when it comes to September, fashion, beauty and luxury-centric magazines are still aware of its importance.

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MPA Report Assesses Consumer Demand

Covering the August-through-October period, the report is its largest since it began releasing data from The Magazine Media 360 Brand Audience Report.

Shakeup at The New Republic

Not only is the magazine relocating to New York, but its circulation was reduced from 20 to 10 times a year, and its top two editors were dismissed.

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Madonna Strikes a Pose for Versace

The singer appears in the Italian brand’s spring 2015 campaign.

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Troy Young Leading the Charge at Hearst Digital

Young, who joined Hearst 18 months ago, took charge of the Web properties in order to grow its audience and design a platform to help increase revenues.

Time Inc. Restructures Business Operations

In a memo to staff, chairman and chief operating officer Joe Ripp said executive vice president Todd Larsen will leave the company at the end of the month.

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Obsession Becomes O

The lifestyle supplement of the French newsweekly L’Obs is getting a makeover.

Mary Berner Responds to Criticism

A lengthy blog post by Bob Sacks called “Truth in Advertising” on—prompted a response from Berner.

French Documentary Says Gabrielle Chanel Was Nazi Spy

The program broadcast on French state television said Chanel operated under the code name “Westminster.”

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Condé Nast Traveler Gets New Logo

The update comes a year after CNT got a refresh under editor in chief Pilar Guzmán.

Karl Lagerfeld to Speak at Condé Nast’s ‘Hard Luxury’ Conference

It will take place in Florence on April 22 and 23, 2015.

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