Mag closes doors, November to be last publication
“Felicity” star Keri Russell will be the last cover girl of Mademoiselle magazine, which will cease publication with its November issue, due on stands next week.
Mag has been deemed “no longer viable” by Conde Nast, publisher of Vogue, Glamour, W and Jane, the latter two under its Fairchild Publications umbrella. Mademoiselle subscribers will receive issues of Glamour starting with the January issue.
Mag was headed by editor Mandi Norwood and publisher Lori Burgess. Org hopes to place staffers into other positions within Conde Nast and Fairchild. Those who haven’t been placed by the end of the week will receive severance packages.
Mademoiselle also is still skedded to host a screening of “Serendipity” in L.A. this Thursday as part of its “Chick Flick series.” Screening will go on, but the rest of the series is on hold.
Mag was first published in 1935 and acquired by Conde Nast in 1959.