Condé Nast: Informing Daters With Compelling Content Across 20+ Magazines Including Vanity Fair & Glamour

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Condé Nast: Informing Daters With Compelling Content Across 20+ Magazines Including Vanity Fair & Glamour

Hayley Matthews Hayley Matthews • 3/28/17

The Short Version: Reading positive real-life stories can bring some much-needed comfort to singles and couples, especially in times of loneliness or frustration. Condé Nast, an American mass media company, produces salient creative content to inspire, inform, and engage people of all ages. This vast corporation encompasses 21 magazine brands and reaches an audience of more than 164 million people worldwide. Since 1909, Condé Nast has cultivated an influential and far-reaching audience through compelling stories, helpful advice, and trendy articles in step with pop culture. If you’re looking for dating or fashion tips, you’ll find many expert recommendations in the pages of Vanity Fair, GQ, Teen Vogue, Brides, and other Condé Nast magazines. From entertainment to food, the company’s award-winning journalism covers a variety of subjects for thoughtful readers.

On the surface, Chrissy Teigen seemed to have everything going for her: a successful modeling career, a fun job co-hosting “Lip Sync Battle,” a supportive and talented husband named John Legend, and an adorable, healthy baby girl.

However, in her heart, Chrissy felt inexplicably drained, pained, and unhappy. Resting on the couch for days on end, she felt a keen sense of guilt and shame for not fully enjoying all the gifts life laid at her feet. Finally, after multiple doctor visits, Chrissy’s back pain, exhaustion, and mood swings were given a name: postpartum depression.

Photo of Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, and their daughter, Luna

Chrissy Teigen raises awareness for postpartum depression by sharing her personal experiences after giving birth.

In a revealing essay published by Glamour, the 31-year-old fashion icon opened up about her diagnosis and her experiences as a new mother trying to rediscover and reclaim her sense of well-being.

“Before, when I entered a room, I had a presence: head high, shoulders back, big smile. Suddenly, I had become this person whose shoulders would cower underneath her chin,” Chrissy wrote. “I would keep my hands on my belly and try to make myself as small as possible.”

In Glamour Magazine, Chrissy gives voice to the often unspoken plight of new mothers struggling to cope with a despondency they cannot explain. Chrissy, by her own admission, is uniquely privileged, with a caring husband, celebrity status, and an abundance of resources to support her, yet she still fell victim to postpartum depression.

The Glamour article opens readers’ eyes to the power of this illness to incapacitate any woman, even the peppy, beautiful wife of John Legend.

Glamour is just one of 20+ magazines owned by Condé Nast, an innovative media company that elevates many personal stories like Chrissy’s in informative articles. In 1909, publishing mogul Condé Montrose Nast began this groundbreaking enterprise with the purchase of Vogue, a weekly journal of fashion news. Today, Condé Nast owns a large catalog of top publications, including Vanity Fair, GQ, Brides, The New Yorker, Wired, Teen Vogue, and GolfDigest.

For over a century, the media conglomerate has maintained a steadfast commitment to quality journalism, heartfelt storytelling, and dynamic branding. Condé Nast reaches millions of readers with content geared toward societal issues and trends.

When the One World Trade Center opened in New York City in 2014, Condé Nast was among the first companies to move its headquarters to this iconic building. Its offices occupy 23 stories, which inspired the name of its 23 Stories content studio for business partners. According to the company’s careers page, “We are a company of creative thinkers, passionate innovators, and collaborative minds and are looking for people who want to bring their talents to the best brands in the industry.”

Condé Nast is a global company worth keeping an eye on if you’re interested in hot topics of the day. Its 20+ magazines serve as an invaluable resource for singles and couples to better understand what challenges, fashions, and icons are currently shaping dating culture.

From beauty lessons learned from ballet dancers to heartwarming celebrity love stories, Condé Nast’s content runs the gamut of engaging subject matters and attracts a cultured audience of diverse readers.

Insightful Articles Entertain & Advise Over 164 Million Readers

Across 21 brands, Condé Nast reaches a total of 164 million customers around the world. The corporation has garnered a loyal readership by proactively targeting individuals with catered online content and in-mail offers. Currently, the media company ranks number one among affluent millennials, reaching 99% of millennials in the U.S. through three digital networks.

Condé Nast editors work hard to supply subscribers with current and relevant insights into popular culture. Its magazines cover inspirational women (like Emma Watson), address the concerns of young daters (like teen questions about sex), and generally empower high-quality readers to stay informed.

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“These editors live and breathe their audience,” said Pamela Drucker Mann, CMO of Condé Nast.

Since its inception in the early 20th century, the company has innovated the media industry with bold, quality-focused moves. Now its world-class journalists, photographers, artists, and developers combine their efforts to share compelling stories in print and online.

In the words of its branded marketing initiative, “From the printed word to the moving image, we take a 360 approach to content creation.” Condé Nast magazines enjoy unparalleled reach among consumers and have been recognized for their journalistic integrity and influence. In 2016, for example, the New Yorker became the first magazine ever to with a Pulitzer Prize.

Branded Products Offer Chic Brides Wedding Collections & Jewelry

Not only can you pick up fashion tips via Condé Nast, you can also use them as a resource for fashionable accessories for upscale weddings. The media company offers a diverse portfolio of branded products for brides preparing for the big day.

Brides can put together premium wedding invitations, place cards, programs, and other accessories using Gartner Studios or Brides Fine Wedding Papers, which are supported by Condé Nast.

“Condé Nast combines the power of our brands, the passion of our people, and our broad consumer reach to help support meaningful change in our community and the world.” — Condé Nast’s About page

Additionally, the media corporation provides fine jewelry for brides via retail partners such as Love by Brides at Walmart, Modern Bride Jewelry at JCPenney, and Brides Wedding Collection with Garner Studios at Michaels and Target. In every endeavor, Condé Nast offers visually striking and beautifully designed products to consumers around the world.

“Condé Nast is home to the most trusted and valued brands in the industry,” said Cathy Hoffman Glosser, Senior Vice President of Licensing at Condé Nast, in a press release. “We see tremendous opportunity to extend our portfolio beyond pages and screens and are always innovating to introduce audiences to our catalog through interesting products and partnerships worthy of our rich legacy.”

Company Culture: Journalistic Minds Share Meaningful Stories

Condé Nast employs a team of award-winning journalists to write engrossing articles about politics, fashion, pop culture, architecture, and a wealth of other topics. Its spacious New York offices foster creativity and collaboration as talented editors, designers, and developers ensure every article and photo meets the company’s high standards.

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Condé Nast’s NYC headquarters feature two amenity floors with a kitchen, salon, and library.

“Condé Nast is powered by a culture steeped in creativity, passion, and innovation,” in the words of the Careers page, “and our employees share a love of creating exceptional storytelling and journalism.”

The company’s brands are known for delivering high-brow content and continue their century-long publishing legacy by seeking out enthusiastic new voices in journalism.

“Readers are going to be addicted to what they love,” said Condé Nast CMO Pamela Drucker Mann in an interview. “These editors aren’t afraid to be bold or to be better while trying to serve that audience.”

In a forward-thinking work environment, Condé Nast inspires and challenges its team to become a sought-after authority in the world of fashion, beauty, style, food, entertainment, and news.

“When I think about the culture at Condé, it’s really about doing amazing work as often as you can,” said Liz, of 23 Stories. “I think there’s something about working across all of these incredibly powerful brands in the Condé portfolio that make you feel like you want to be on your A-game every single day, which is ultimately a great feeling to have.”

Condé Nast: A World-Class Brand For Groundbreaking Media

With thought-provoking content, Condé Nast offers readers a fuller perspective on the complexities of a person’s psyche, experiences, and capacity for love.

In Glamour magazine, for instance, Chrissy praised her husband’s patience and empathy during her struggle with postpartum depression. “I know he must look over at times and think: My God, get it together. But he has never made me feel that way,” she wrote. “He wants me to be happy, silly, and energetic again, but he’s not making me feel bad when I’m not in that place. I love John and Luna more than I can imagine loving anything.”

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Innovative creators at Condé Nast give millions of readers their hot takes on dating, fashion, and news.

From giving teenage daters fashion tips for their first dates to telling new mothers they aren’t alone in how they feel, Condé Nast covers a wide range of emotional, incisive, and meaningful topics relevant to singles and couples worldwide. The media company tackles storytelling with vigor and is enthusiastic about sharing new stories and uplifting voices in society.

“The creators of our iconic brands know how to craft stories that ring clear through the din of the attention economy,” according to the website. “When we tell your story, we sell your message — at the right time, to the right audience, with the right context — so it is truly heard.”