Sad news: Vogue Bambini has been discontinued by Condé Nast.
In children's fashion world, some magazines became reference models over the years, no more no less. That is the case of Vogue Bambini. From one hand, because of its direct filiation with the giant Vogue, Vogue Bambini is a reference in Italy. The country of the Pitti Bimbo, one of the biggest European trade show for children’s fashion, sees itself deprived of the renowned bi-monthly edition.
Condé Nast CEO, Fedele Usai, said that “The biggest mistake in such a moment of huge changes would be to not make decisions. Our vision is simple – we selectively invest in top brands and in digital development. This also implies taking difficult yet necessary decisions”.
Condé Nast, who publishes among others GQ, Glamour and Vanity Fair, has also decided to discontinue L’Uomo Vogue, Vogue Sposa, and Vogue Accessory editions. Vogue Italia remains the only legacy of Vogue in Italy.