Condé Nast's Digital Shakeup... D.C. Goes West... Blow Film Progresses...

Condé Nast said on Tuesday afternoon that publishers will finally get full control of their Web sites.

GIRL ON FILM: The planned film about Isabella Blow is quietly taking shape: The Swedish filmmaker Anders Palm will be producing the film, and has recently optioned Lauren Goldstein Crowe’s upcoming book, “Isabella Blow: A Life in Fashion” (Thomas Dunne Books), and hired the author as a consultant. A screenplay has already been co-written by Max Newsom and Nicola Brighton, and the book will be used as background, according to Goldstein Crowe. Philip Treacy and John Galliano have both been linked to the project, although their exact roles have not yet been confirmed. Goldstein Crowe’s book will be released in the U.S. on Nov. 9, as will a separate book about the stylist, who committed suicide in 2007, penned by Blow’s widower, Detmar Blow, and Tom Sykes. — Samantha Conti

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