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Memo Pad: Outside the Box... Is She Gone?... Martha Keeps Redecorating...

Few campaigns have been as anticipated this season as Marc Jacobs' starring Victoria Beckham.

Sischy Staying Put

Contrary to a report on Gawker.com Thursday afternoon, Interview editor in chief Ingrid Sischy is not leaving the downtown fashion magazine.

Memo Pad: Numbers, Please... Over the Hill... Ashton Rocks Out...

Portfolio has published six issues since its debut in April, but so far, the jury remains out on whether consumers are reading the Condé Nast business title.

Memo Pad: Shows Are Worth Going to After All... Pregnancy Is Ok...

What does turning up at a fashion show get an actress beyond a free dress, glass of Champagne and gift bag?

Memo Pad: Black Monday... Guess Runs to Bryan Adams...

Condé Nast Publications staffers are known to expect major changes after chairman S.I. Newhouse Jr. returns from vacation in January.

Memo Pad: Campbell's Coup... Dreamy... Well-Hung Beckham...

What do you get when you pair Naomi Campbell with Hugo Chavez?

Memo Pad: Last Laugh?... Like, the Constitution Is Sooo Hot... All Change...

Details editor in chief Dan Peres has been beaten up in the blogosphere and in print for deciding to put Kevin Federline...

Memo Pad: Forget Iowa, Look at Kansas... Fast Mover... No Law for Now...

The Iowa caucus today makes it officially an election year, and over at Vogue, that means ramped-up political coverage.

Memo Pad: That Time of the Year... More Proof, if Needed, that Brooklyn is Fashionable...

A fresh New Year offers magazine executives, like anyone else, the opportunity to follow the advice of their own cover lines.

Memo Pad: Doing the Right Thing... Holiday Goodies...

American Apparel's Dov Charney wasn't prepared for the reaction to his ad about the plight of illegal immigrants in the U.S.

Memo Pad: Arnault's Expanding Empire... Everywhere, All the Time...

Bernard Arnault has a new toy - and he got it just in time for Christmas.

Memo Pad: EMap's B2B Division Sold... Show Me the Money...

Emap is no more. Despite saying it planned to press on and keep its business-to-business operations, the beleaguered British media group has effectively dissolved itself by selling the B2B arm for 1 billion pounds, or $1.97 billion at current exchange.

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