“VOGUE’S VIRTUAL NEWSSTAND: Condé Nast is looking to an old friend for an additional revenue stream — print.The publisher has partnered with Amazon to make its arguably most-desired print product — Vogue’s September issue — available to Amazon customers.”

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“IT’S A SNAP: Hearst is in the process of developing a new product with Snapchat, WWD has learned. Luke Crisell, who was hired by Hearst’s digital arm about six month ago to work on special projects, heads up the project. Crisell, a former editor in chief of fashion company Aritzia, is said to bring an e-commerce element to the Hearst/ Snapchat product, sources say. The new special projects guru has been interviewing fashion market editors to join his team, adding to the e-commerce speculation.”

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“Mondadori Group is the latest publisher to get into the e-commerce game. The Italian publisher said Monday that it has acquired, an online fashion marketplace that carries pieces from independent London boutiques and labels, such as denim retailer Trilogy, handbag label Meli Melo and the independent chain Anna.

The publisher said the move is in order to develop the Grazia International Network, which represents the 23 global editions of Mondadori’s fashion and lifestyle magazine Grazia. The acquisition comes ahead of the launch of a Grazia e-commerce platform, called, which will debut later this year.”

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