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Condé Nast is planning to close down Glamour magazine in France. The publisher indicated its intentions speaking to French agency AFP on Wednesday, confirming the news published by the Mind Media newsletter.

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“Following a painstaking assessment, Condé Nast France can confirm it intends to close down Glamour. The process will involve consultations with staff over a period of several months,” it said.

According to Mind Media, Condé Nast announced to its staff a plan for 25 collective redundancies for economic reasons, and that it was ceasing to collaborate with six regular external contributors. For the time being, the group declined to confirm any of these figures to AFP.

Glamour targets women aged 25 to 35 and was launched in France in 2004. To try to counter the crisis in women’s magazine publishing, in 2018 it switched to publishing bi-monthly issues, having published on an almost monthly basis before.

Sales did not pick up however, and in 2018 Glamour lost almost half of its circulation, falling to 120,000 copies, having already lost 20% in 2017, when it fell to 220,000 copies on average, according to ACPM.

Condé Nast has been struggling financially, and the paper editions of Glamour in the US and UK were ended in 2018 and 2017, replaced by online editions. In Italy, Glamour shut down in 2019.

In France, where Condé Nast publishes Glamour, Vogue, AD, Vanity Fair and GQ, the group’s revenue fell by 34% between 2015 and 2019, according to Mind Media.

 

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Best Easter Brunch in New York City

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IMHO, Easter is a top-tier holiday. It’s got candy, children fighting for eggs, and a religious excuse to spend the day drinking Bloody Mary’s and posting cute pics to your ‘gram. There are plenty of reasons to love the spring holiday, but the biggest one, and I trust you’ll agree with me, is this: Easter. Brunch.

Easter and brunch go together like Lent and pining for chocolate-or-whatever-else-you-gave-up. It always falls on a Sunday, also known as the day one must eat breakfast foods in the P.M. hours. And if you’re the church-going type, odds are you’ll wander out from the service around noon with your stomach grumbling. Hitting up a yummy brunch is the ideal move.

If you live in New York City or you plan to visit the Big Apple for Easter weekend, you need to start making your brunch plans now. Lucky for you, there are a plethora of restaurants open in the city for Easter brunch, and some of them even offer annual specials for the holiday to sweeten the celebrations. Here are the yummiest, most delicious Easter brunch options in New York City.

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Root & Bone

Root & Bone, located in NYC’s Alphabet City, should be your Easter brunch go-to if you’re craving southern vibes and cuisine. Stepping through their doors is like stepping over the Mason Dixon line—they’ve got everything from biscuits and gravy to apple pie waffles on their menu. And their prix fixe menu is $48 per person with unlimited mimosas included for 90 minutes, which ain’t too shabby for NYC.

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Sant Ambroeus

Visit any of the three Sant Ambroeus locations in NYC and you’ll be instantly transported to Italy. On Easter, they often serve Colomba, a traditional Italian Easter cake that’s kinda similar to panettone. This spot is definitely pricey, so it’s ideal if and only if you’re looking to treat yourself to fancy meal.

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Pinch Chinese

Head to Soho on Easter Sunday if noshing on dumplings is your jam. Pinch Chinese has nearly every single kind of dumpling you can dream up, including—get this—a bacon, egg, and cheese variety!!!!! It’s a pretty affordable spot (by NYC standards, at least), so both your wallet and your stomach will leave happy.

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Brooklyn Cider House

Brooklyn Cider House is a solid new American brunch spot, with plenty of millennial faves like avocado toast and chicken and waffles on the menu. To taste any of their ciders (they brew them themselves!), you will have to hop on the subway to Bushwick, but if anything can entice you to embark on the journey, it’s this: the cidermosa, which is served with a cider donut on the side. Oh, also, everything on the menu is under $20.

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The Polo Bar

The Polo Bar, in midtown east, is usually only open for dinner, so you should make a reservation ASAP if you want to get in on its exclusive Easter brunch sitch. Classics like french toast and eggs are just waiting for you, as long as your credit card is ready to take a hit.

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Armani Ristorante

If you want to channel your inner Carrie Bradshaw, visit Armani Ristorante on Fifth Avenue, a luxe spot that offers a special four-course Easter brunch menu full of Italian classics. Try not to fill up on bread, and be prepared to shell out a fair amount of cash. The bougie NYC life ain’t cheap!

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The Flying Cock

Don’t get distracted by the name. The Flying Cock is about one thing and one thing only: bottomless brunch. A major menu highlight at the Murray Hill spot, of which there are many, is the breakfast sandwich that uses waffles instead of bread. (I would like 12, please). Their bottomless brunch is $22 for 90 minutes, so it’s a pretty good bang for your buck too.

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The Osprey

Located in the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, the Osprey is a good choice if your crew wants a mix of lighter and heartier fare. One pal can get oats, while another can dig into the steak frites. Their cocktails are a little pricey, but if you want to know my humble opinion, the Easter Bloody Mary’s are soooo worth it.

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Moss Cafe

In the great city of New York (okay, fine, Moss Cafe is technically in the Bronx), you can find a brunch spot to satisfy both your Easter and Passover needs all at once. This Kosher restaurant has salads, challah french toast, and dishes with Middle Eastern influences, like shakshuka. The best part: They have rotating seasonal mimosas. And I’m guessing you’ll like the price. Wins all around.

Note: These guys don’t take reservations.

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Lincoln Ristorante

Comfort food and Easter go hand-in-hand, and at Lincoln Ristorante, near Lincoln Center, you’ll get your fill of delicious Italian grub. They usually offer a three-course pre-fixe brunch menu for the holiday, so pace yourself. You need to save room for dessert! Quick thang: They’re one of the pricier spots on the list, just FYI. Good pasta costs a pretty penny, my friend.

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Hearth

Hearth in the East Village is known for being a Whole 30-friendly restaurant, but even if you’re not sticking to your New Year’s resolution, it’s worth stopping by. The Tuscan-American fare (think: potato gnocchi, beef and ricotta meatballs, etc.) is beyond scrumptious, and they have an array of brunch cocktails and a laaaaaarge wine list, if you’re in the mood for all that.

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The Smith

The Smith, which has several locations throughout the city, is a good pick because the menu is H-U-G-E. Burrata, steak, eggs, burgers, waffles, and salads—whatever mood you’re in, The Smith will have something tasty for you. And the price-point isn’t all that bad. It’s a great spot for a big group.

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A major change is underway at the struggling lingerie retailer Victoria’s Secret. Jane Pauley reports.

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This Is What I Really Think of Victoria Beckham’s £180 Serum

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As far as using the serum goes, it’s actually quite an enjoyable experience. The texture isn’t particularly rich or oily, it doesn’t have much of a scent and my skin totally drinks it up which means it doesn’t leave behind any residue. If I had to compare it to anything else on the market based on texture and consistency, I’d liken it to Estée Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair. If you like ANR, I think it’s safe to say you’ll love Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum too. 

During my three weeks of use, it’s worth noting that I was hit with the flu. Usually, when I get even a hint of a cold, my skin is the first thing to freak out. It breaks out, dries up and gets sore and red. This time around, however, my skin didn’t have anything to say. It stayed radiant, glowing and clear. And, while I can categorically say this isn’t the sort of skincare product that will have you waking up in the morning looking like a totally new woman, it does seem to keep your skin looking and feeling its best, without any fuss. Unlike other VB or Bader products, this stuff doesn’t moisturise for instantaneous glow. 

Three weeks later, and my skin is totally clear and actually looking really healthy. Whereas my cheeks are often plagued with redness and my chin is dry and prone to breakouts, I’ve had three weeks more or less problem-free—something that’s usually unheard of for me. 

So overall, yes it’s very, very, expensive, but it’s an investment I’d be willing to make. If you’re looking for a product that is going to totally change your skin texture and inject next-level glow overnight, move along. However, if like me you’re constantly on the look out for a no-frills product that works to keep your skin happy, this could well be it. 



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