new post-secondary institution opened this week ready to school its students in the art of fashion. Former Condé Nast editor Susie Forbes become head master at the arts school. The London location (the school is set in Soho in a made over building) is the first ever Condé Nast College and...

This January, Conde Nast is opening an arts and design college in London's Soho district called the Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design. The college won't exactly fast-track you to grad school, but it might just fast-track you to the in-crowd. The school offers two degrees: a 10-week-long...

Fashion, which are considered some of the best in the world. Acceptance to the school will no doubt be as difficult as gaining an internship at Vogue, but once you're in, you're in. We can only imagine the calibre of guest lecturers and course resources. Bookmark or Share | More Related...

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"The reputation and authority of our brands puts us in a strong position to teach and inspire the fashion and decorating talent of the future," Nicholas Coleridge, managing director of Condé Nast told the London Evening Standard. About the Condé Nast College of Fashion and Design For...

Today, Glamour Magazine launched an initiative called the Young & Posh Blogger Network , with the goal of bringing the print and online worlds together, as well as to celebrate the democracy of fashion. In a release about the project, the magazine stated the Network's philosophy, which I...

People love Carine but are more frightened of the Condé Nast machine." Roitfeld has already culled two editors from the Condé Nast flock. Former Teen Vogue accessories editor Shiona Turini and former Vogue.it contributing fashion and market editor Michaela Dosamantes are both on the CR...

Nast has been looking to expand its reach far beyond magazines, but is this fashion game the way forward? Yes, Conde Nast has launched Fashion Hazard, a game in which you must "put your best stiletto forward" in order to become the next big thing on the catwalks of New York, London, Paris and...

Thankfully, the country is proving resilient and is, of course staying fashionable. You may remember that picture we tweeted showing all of the Vogue editors in an awkward photo (they couldn't even get seats for everybody?), the image marks a momentous occasion given it's first photo of...

A still from Conde Nast's Fashion Hazard game. Photo: iTunes The app, which costs 99 cents from the iTunes Store, is Conde Nast's first game for the iPad or iPhone. The company previously launched two other apps, Idea Flight, which is a presentation and document sharing app, and Santa's...

 

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