Memo Pad: Uniqlo Nabs Deyn... Bad Internet... Classic Martha...

Uniqlo, which earlier this year hired Jil Sander to design a collection, has tapped Agyness Deyn to be the face of the brand's high summer sports campaign.

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THE ROAD TO SOFIA: Condé Nast is breaking into a brand new market, with plans to launch Glamour in Bulgaria later this year or early next. The company said the title would be published monthly, and have an 18- to 35-year-old target audience — similar to its U.K. counterpart. The magazine will be published via a licensing agreement with Liberis Media Group Bulgaria, a subsidiary of Greek company Liberis Publications SA. Bulgarian Glamour will be the 16th edition of the title worldwide and offer a mix of local and international content. The company clearly has high hopes for the market: Carol Cornuau, vice president of Condé Nast New Markets, said the country “has developed fast over the past years and still shows plenty of potential for high-end magazines.” A Condé Nast spokeswoman in London said the group was “getting in early.”

— Samantha Conti

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