Men's Vogue Scaled Back To Two Issues Per Year

11/30/2008 04:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Irin Carmon WWD

Men's Vogue, the Vogue spinoff that grew in frequency from supplement to full-fledged, 10 times a year magazine, is significantly cutting back to two issues a year and its operations are being folded back into Vogue. Jay Fielden will remain editor of the men's issues, which will be published in spring and fall. The fates of publisher Marc Berger and others on the Men's Vogue editorial staff were unclear.

The magazine employed about 40 staff members on the editorial side, plus contributing editors, and a comparable number on the business side.

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