Condé Nast Germany

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Condé Nast Germany GmbH

legal form GmbH
founding 1978
Seat Munich
management Jessica Peppel-Schulz
Number of employees about 450
Branch media

Until 2018, the company's headquarters were located near Königsplatz . In May of the same year the company moved to the Oskar-von-Miller-Ring .

The Condé Nast Germany GmbH is a German media company with headquarters in Munich and a subsidiary of Advance Publications . It was named after its American founder Condé Montrose Nast .

Condé Nast in Germany

The German subsidiary of "Condé Nast International", which already existed in the 1920s and 1930s as "Vogue GmbH" in Berlin , was re-established in 1978 with headquarters in Munich . It publishes the German editions of Vogue , GQ , Architectural Digest and Glamor . A German edition of Vanity Fair appeared from 2007 to 2009 and a German edition of Wired from 2011 to 2018 . The magazine myself , which has been published exclusively in Germany since 2005 , was sold to the Funke media group in 2017 .

Media brands

Condé Nast Germany currently has four media brands in its portfolio.



The magazine was founded in the USA in 1892 and is one of the world's leading fashion magazines. It has been published monthly in Germany since 1979. The Vogue Business offshoot also appears twice a year.


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The lifestyle magazine GQ has a male target group and has been published in Germany since 1997. The offshoot GQ Style appears twice a year and the offshoot GQ Uhren once a year.

Architectural Digest

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Architectural Digest, or AD for short, is a magazine for interior architecture and design that has been published in Germany since 1997.



Glamor is an international women's magazine that has been published in Germany since 2001.

Business fields

Condé Nast Manufactory

The Condé Nast Manufaktur is an agency specializing in customer media and content marketing. Previous customers include a. Mercedes-Benz , Douglas , Zalando and Michael Kors .

Studio Condé Nast

The Studio Condé Nast is an in-house photo studio. It mainly produces for the company's media brands and for the Condé Nast Manufaktur's content marketing projects.

Condé Nast Investments

Condé Nast Investments is the Mergers & Acquisitions division of Conde Nast International and participates in various start-up companies, particularly in the e-commerce sector. Current investments include the online shops Farfetch and Vestiaire Collective.

Individual evidence

  1. Condé Nast brings digital specialist to the top: UDG boss Jessica Peppel-Schulz runs Munich magazine publisher, March 15, 2019
  2. Condé Nast posts "Vanity Fair", February 18, 2009
  3. Condé Nast also posts, December 7, 2018
  4. The Funke Mediengruppe takes over the women's magazine myself from Condé Nast Verlag, July 31, 2017
  5. The Manufactory | Condé Nast Manufactory. Retrieved January 9, 2019 .
  6. ^ Studio Condé Nast. Retrieved January 9, 2019 .
  7. ^ Suzy Menkes: Condé Nast Invests in e-Commerce . In: The New York Times . March 3, 2013, ISSN  0362-4331 ( [accessed January 9, 2019]).
  8. ^ Condé Nast Investments. Retrieved January 9, 2019 .

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