'Vogue' Debuts 'First European Collaboration' With June-July Issues

Condé Nast has debuted what it calls the first collaboration between Vogue France, Spain and Italy, reflecting a new creative integration between the titles and countries. 

Each of the three magazines will feature an edition with its own cover and perspectives, but with a shared vision of summer, in its June-July issue. 

In addition, each issue will feature a guide to resorts, art galleries and restaurants in different Mediterranean locals. 

The editions will work together to celebrate a shared culture “while celebrating local communities and independent producers,” states Edward Enninful, Vogue's European Editorial Director.

The three covers will feature Adut Akech photographed in Pantelleria, Italy)Raquel Zimmerman in Saint-Tropez (France)and Mica Argañaz in Ibiza (Spain).

They will also include an interview with designer Simon Porte Jacquemus.

Last year, Condé Nast announced an editorial reorganization of its titles in Europe in an effort to build unified global brands. 

Among other changes, VogueParis was renamed VogueFrance in an effort to reflect creative, art and fashion throughout the country. 

The new heads of content were to report to reports to Condé Nast’s Chief Content Officer Anna Wintour and Enninful.

The content chiefs include Inés Lorenzo (Vogue Spain); Francesca Ragazzi (Vogue Italia); and Eugénie Trochu (Vogue France).

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