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Condé Nast: The Man and His Empire The First Biography In Over Years Of Cond Nast, The Pioneering Publisher Of Vogue And Vanity Fair And Main Rival To Media Magnate William Randolph Hearst Cond Nast S Life And Career Was As High Profile And Glamorous As His Magazines Moving To New York In The Early Th Century With Just The Shirt On His Back, He Soon Became The Highest Paid Executive In The United States, Acquiring Vogue In And Vanity Fair In Alongside His Editors, Edna Woolman Chase At Vogue And Frank Crowninshield At Vanity Fair, He Built The First Ever International Magazine Empire, Introducing European Modern Art, Style, And Fashions To An American Audience Credited With Creating The Caf Society, Nast Became A Permanent Fixture On The International Fashion Scene And A Major Figure In New York Society His Superbly Appointed Apartment At Park Avenue, Decorated By The Legendary Elsie De Wolfe, Became A Gathering Place For The Major Artistic Figures Of The Time Nast Launched The Careers Of Icons Like Cecil Beaton, Clare Boothe Luce, Lee Miller, Dorothy Parker, And Noel Coward He Left Behind A Legacy That Endures Today In Media Powerhouses Such As Anna Wintour, Tina Brown, And Graydon Carter Written With The Cooperation Of His Family On Both Sides Of The Atlantic And A Dedicated Team At Cond Nast Publications, Critically Acclaimed Biographer Susan Ronald Reveals The Life Of An Extraordinary American Success Story

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3 thoughts on “Condé Nast: The Man and His Empire

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed this light hearted and gossipy biography of Cond Nast, the renowned publisher of Vogue and Vanity Fair It s well researched, as all Ronald s biographies are, and rattles along at a good pace Nast was an interesting man, who, along with his rival William Randolph Hearst, was enormously influential in American magazine publishing, and I found it fascinating discovering how his media empi

  2. says:

    Conde Nast The Man and His Empire A Biography by Susan Ronald is a 2019 St Martin s Press publication.It is hard to believe this is the first biography written about Conde Nast in over thirty years I think many people may only associate his name with a brand and are either unaware of his history or have forgotten it was his hard work and foresight that influenced society within the pages of his magazine, both

  3. says:

    Cond Nast by Susan Ronald is a free NetGalley ebook that I read into early September.Coming into fame through the subscription written word in the early 20th century, Nast ascends a ladder adjacent to the social hierarchy by documenting their lives and, eventually, their travels He s known for a use of high fashion illustrations, addressing nearly any kind of reader with articles and targeted advertisements, and for g

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