Teen Vogue will be shutting down its print edition soon, ending a 14-year run for the magazine.
As WWD reported, the magazine’s New York-based publisher- Condé Nast, which has instilled a hiring freeze, will slash about 80 jobs, equal to a decrease of about 2.5 percent of its 3,000-person workforce.
As part of that mandate, Condé is reducing the frequencies of most of its titles and will close Teen Vogue in print. The website will continue, and the date for the final issue has not been announced.
The magazine is one of several Condé Nast publications that will see cuts. Glamour, GQ, and Allure will publish less frequently, changing from 12 issues a year to 11.
The closing of Teen Vogue comes just one month after Nylon magazine, another favorite among young readers, that has published its final print edition.