Condé Nast To Shutter 'Details'

In addition, 'Glamour' Publisher Connie Anne Phillips is taking over the sales and marketing team at 'Self.'
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In addition, 'Glamour' Publisher Connie Anne Phillips is taking over the sales and marketing team at 'Self.'
Dan Peres and Drew Schutte. Photo: Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Dan Peres and Drew Schutte. Photo: Craig Barritt/Getty Images

The shakeups at Condé Nast aren't over yet. Following an editor-in-chief switchup at Allure, layoffs at GQ and the consolidation of Teen Vogue's sales and marketing teams, newly appointed Condé Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg announced on Wednesday that the December/January issue of Details will be the magazine's last.

Details Editor-in-Chief Dan Peres and Publisher Drew Schutte are leaving the company. About 20 percent of Details staffers will be placed at other Condé Nast titles, according to The Wall Street Journal; the rest, presumably, will be laid off.

Meanwhile, GQ's twice-yearly supplement, GQ Style, will be upping its publishing schedule to quarterly and launching a website. Details's online arm, details.com, will continue to operate as it "transition[s] to GQStyle.com," Sauerberg said.

Sauerberg also announced some big updates on the women's side. Self and Glamour's sales and marketing teams are set to combine under the direction of Glamour Publisher Connie Anne Phillips. "The editorial teams at both brands will continue to operate independently and maintain their unique voices and perspectives," said Sauerberg. Self Publisher Mary Murko is departing. 

There are two team meetings scheduled at Glamour this afternoon, according to an anonymous source, presumably to discuss these changes. We will update as we hear more. 

Update: A spokesperson for Glamour said the brand "eliminated a handful of editorial positions" on Wednesday and that Glam Belleza Latina, a quarterly print supplement targeting Hispanic millennials, will cease regular publication and live mostly on digital. "Innovation remains our biggest priority and will continue to invest across the board in tools, staffing, and a diverse range of inspiring content across all platforms," she wrote.