The Chaos at Condé Nast - The New York Times


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Mr. Essex, the magazine’s former deputy, said it is not fair to portray Mr. Peres as having no involvement with the editorial product known as Details. “He could identify bizarre permutations of male behavior particularly at the epicenter of gay and straight,” Mr. Essex said.
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11 days ago by yorksranter
magazines in the 00s sound like they were just rammed full of insufferable tossers
12 days ago by engles
KATHY ROSMAN
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12 days ago by maoxian
“... and he stayed atop the masthead for another 11 years.”

May we all be this lucky in life.
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12 days ago by kohlmannj
It’s a high-class but increasingly common problem: being a former magazine editor in a digitized world that cares little about whose name used to be on top of a defunct masthead.
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13 days ago by bperrier
This is… not true of the 00s but let me tell you about the 90s
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13 days ago by KMcGrane
From left, Donatella Versace, André Leon Talley, Dan Peres and Sarah Wynter in 2006. The memoirs of Dan Peres and other ex-employees of the magazine company…
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13 days ago by jonbstrong
From left, Donatella Versace, André Leon Talley, Dan Peres and Sarah Wynter in 2006. The memoirs of Dan Peres and other ex-employees of the magazine company…
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13 days ago by AramZS
for the longest time I couldn't figure out why everyone in NY media was married to each other, but this piece made me realize that y'all have all just…
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13 days ago by mathewi
Past-their-prime athletes fall back on coaching or clinics; former magazine editors write memoirs
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13 days ago by bdeskin
From left, Donatella Versace, André Leon Talley, Dan Peres and Sarah Wynter in 2006. The memoirs of Dan Peres and other ex-employees of the magazine company…
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13 days ago by nsfmc