Headquartered in London, Vogue Business draws on insights from 29 markets, from China to the United States, and taps into Condé Nast International's global network of brands – Vogue, GQ, Glamour and Wired – fashion and luxury experts, industry leaders and business partners.
While sharing the Vogue name, Vogue Business is operated as a wholly separate entity with an independent editorial team, developed with its own distinctive voice.
Rooted in facts and data, says Condé Nast, Vogue Business fills the gap in the market for industry decision-makers, from startups to CEOs. The editorial team covers the critical intersection between fashion and adjacent industries — most notably technology, the driving force of change in the fashion business.
“In a consolidating media landscape, the launch of a new global title is a rare thing”, said Wolfgang Blau, President of Condé Nast International. “No one else in the world employs more fashion journalists in more places than we do. Our global network of journalists, digital editors and researchers are immersed in the relevant trends on all inhabited continents, giving the team of Vogue Business access to an unparalleled depth of knowledge, from local design trends to changes in manufacturing, training, technology and distribution.”
Vogue Business is edited by Lauren Indvik, a seasoned fashion and business journalist and former Editor-in-Chief of Fashionista.com. For the past two years, she has led the Vogue International news and features team in London, collaborating with Vogue teams globally.
“We take a new global, visual and data-driven approach to journalism," says Lauren Indvik, Chief Editor of Vogue Business. "Our journalism is designed for maximum impact and accessibility, making it easy to understand key ideas at a glance, and to enable fashion leaders to make the decisions that will grow and future-proof their businesses and careers.”
In today's digital-first media environment, new publications often begin with a website. When Condé Nast International decided to launch Vogue Business it began instead with a newsletter, prioritising high engagement with a select audience over total reach.
Vogue Business represents a new way of launching products for Condé Nast. Designed as a global title from its inception, it has been created by applying an incubator model of agile development and constant experimentation together with beta users in 29 markets.
“Our development methodology has ensured we understand our audience intimately, thanks to in-depth user research and constant reader feedback,” says Ciara Byrne, Director of Business Development at Condé Nast International.
Key areas of editorial focus are:
* An analysis of trends across the fashion industry, from design and manufacturing to marketing, distribution, show production and talent search
* The impact of broader global market dynamics, from climate change to geopolitics
* Cultural patterns and shifts that will impact retail and vice versa
* How technological and scientific advancements will shape the ways products are produced, marketed and sold