WWD reported today that Conde Nast has found a solution for Men's Vogue magazine.
Condé Nast has found a way to keep Men’s Vogue alive after shrinking the title to a twice-a-year publication in October. The spring issue will appear as a reverse-bound issue attached to the April issue of Vogue. It will be the first time Vogue has published a reverse cover.
Kind of like two poor families sharing a single house. Times are rough people. Even Karl Lagerfeld has moved to a smaller home. Though he's keeping his three hummers, butlers, and maids. Lagerfeld says that this recession might even be a good thing for fashion. "I see it like a cleaning up - it was too rotten anyway - so it had to be cleaned up" - a little ray of sunshine from the troll king of style.