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Vogue, Glamour, GQ, and Tatler will no longer be published in Russia

14:11, March 9

The Condé Nast publishing house owning GQ, Vogue, Tatler, and Glamour is ceasing operations in Russia due to the events in Ukraine.

Condé Nast came to Russia in 1998, when the first issue of Vogue was published. In only six months the first president of Condé Nast Russia, Bernd Runge, managed to bring together a talented and creative young team and in the fall of the same year launched the first issue of Russian Vogue.

Condé Nast Russia successfully publishes seven glossy magazines (Vogue, GQ, GQ Style, Tatler, Glamour, Glamour Style Book, AD). The total audience reach of the holding's brands on all Condé Nast Russia platforms is 25 million monthly.


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