There will be no tears shed for the death of Men’s Vogue, which yesterday Conde Nast reported would begin two “publish two issues a year, one in the spring and one in the fall. The title will be folded into Vogue and Jay Fielden will stay on as editor.”
The title was boring from its first issue and never took into account that there might possibly be a gay audience for it out there. In fact, actively seemed to shun it. Dull, uninspiring articles, and a migraine-worthy layout.
And after seeing the cover and contents of the new “Holiday” issue of Details, one wonders if there’s reason to worry there too.