Condé Nast International announced their debuting Hong Kong Vogue edition set out for early next year.
The publication will be produced under license agreement with Rubicon Media Ltd.; a company based in London that publishes pan-European newspaper dedicated to trends, and issues critical to corporate risk and insurance across Europe. The print version is said to be published in traditional Chinese, unlike its neighbor, Vogue China in simplified Chinese. The official website will have both traditional Chinese and English.
Jonathan Newhouse, chairman and chief executive officer of Condé Nast International tells WWD, “We are delighted to launch Vogue in Hong Kong. This magical city has long been a magnet for shoppers and a center of taste and luxury in the heart of greater China. Hong Kong truly steps up to the premiere league of fashion excellence.”