Well what do we have here?!
Condé Nast has finally created a game for couture-loving ladies called Fashion Hazard, the game where you “swipe, tap and tilt your way up the ranks.”
You control avatars who strut the catwalk, avoiding things like fallen models along the way.
As your first avatar, Ellie, advances in her career, you learn more about her, and she gets to walk in increasingly cooler countries! Then, you’ll eventually unlock even more models to work with!
Don’t let the '90s graphics fool you, this game is srsly addicting!
Check out the video (above) to get more deets!
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The tides are turning on the Kardashians, at least at the newsstands anyway.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations released magazine sales figures for the first half of the year this week and it's evident people aren't running to pick up any issues with the reigning Kweens of reality TV plastered on them.
Kim's Allure cover sold 7% below average and the sisters' Glamour issue was the mag's second worst-selling.
But it's OK, they're in good company. Other newsstand duds include
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This year, several fashion publications are featuring more ad pages than ever before, while a few others are showing a steep decline.
Hearst's publications are generally up, thanks to the circulation increase of their digital issues
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Who says print magazines are going under?
Vogue is about to release its biggest September issue ever!
Previously, 840 pages was the magic number for the publication, but not anymore. The most anticipated issue of the year will feature
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Ready to Vogue up your education?
Condé Nast is opening an Arts & Design college this January in London's Soho district, and is offering two degrees.
Here are the deets
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H&M in Times Square? That would be marvelous!
ESPN Zone formally housed the 45,000 square foot space in the Conde Nast building that the clothing retailer has their eyes on.
The spot faces West 42nd Street and has a Durst Organization 4 address, but H&M has not officially made a deal.
Spokesman for Durst, Jordan Barowitz said:
“We are in discussions with H&M but in this business, it ain’t over ’til it’s over."
Guess we're going to have to wait and see what happens.
The label being in the same building as Vogue is just a dream for now.
[Image courtesy of H&M.]
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The days of the young, skinny models appearing in the pages of Vogue are coming to an end!
On Thursday, the magazine's publisher Conde Nast International announced a new Health Initiative designed to "encourage a healthier approach to body image within the industry."
So far, 19 editors have signed the six-point agreement, which says they will
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