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Media: Condé Nast Worldwide News

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Opening on 21st February at Vogue House in Central London, Conde Nast’s Worldwide News space is a luxe version of the traditional magazine kiosk.

Housing 130 Condé Nast publications with everything from British Vogue to Russian Tatler and Chinese GQ, the space features traditional magazines displayed alongside digital versions on iPads. The magazines will be grouped by brand and marked by international flags representing each country and language, including 16 editions of Glamour, from the Bulgarian to the Mexican edition.

The sleek modern space is designed by British architect Ab Rogers and features bright yellow floors, white features and mirrored walls. Tables will encourage people to stay, browse and buy – proving that magazines and print media remain relevant and financially viable in this increasingly digital age.

For more trends related to magazines and magazine publishing, check out our Return of the Magazine report in Attitudes.

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