Will ‘Mogue’ Cut Back to Two Issues Per Year? Or Fold Altogether? (UPDATED)

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Condé Nast publications will have to cut staffs and budgets each by 5 percent within weeks, the New York Observer reports. No titles are exempt, which means even Vogue will have to downsize. Horrors! Maybe Anna and her posse can stay at the Holiday Inn for Fashion Weeks in Europe? A scary thought, but Men’s Vogue’s situation is even more perilous. The Observer reports the Condé Nast bigwigs don’t know what to do with Mogue, but folding the title is a possibility. Indeed Perez Hilton is reporting the title has already folded. But the Observer reports this could also happen:

One Condé Nast source said that it’s likely that the magazine will scale back from publishing 10 issues a year to running only twice a year and it will give up its entire ad sales staff, with Vogue business staff handling the work.




“It’ll be a small, small, small version of what it is,” said a 4 Times Square source. “And the small version will exist for nothing more than for Anna [Wintour] to save face.”

Condé Nast publications will have to cut staffs and budgets each by 5 percent within weeks, the New York Observer reports. No titles are exempt, which means even Vogue will have to downsize. Horrors! Maybe Anna and her posse can stay at the Holiday Inn for Fashion Weeks in Europe? A scary thought, but Men’s Vogue’s situation is even more perilous. The Observer reports the Condé Nast bigwigs don’t know what to do with Mogue, but folding the title is a possibility. Indeed Perez Hilton is reporting the title has already folded. But the Observer reports this could also happen:

Will ‘Mogue’ Cut Back to Two Issues Per Year? Or Fold Altogether? (UPDATED)