Campaign India Team
Apr 15, 2011

Conde Nast to launch Architectural Digest in India

The magazine will launch in March 2012 with Manju Sara Rajan as editor

Conde Nast to launch Architectural Digest in India
After launching Vogue, GQ and Condé Nast Traveller, publishing group Condé Nast India has announced the launch of their fourth title Architectural Digest in India. The announcement was made in Milan at the 30th Anniversary celebration party of Architectural Digest Italy held on April 13, 2011. Architectural Digest India is the ninth edition of the magazine and is scheduled to be launched in March 2012. Manju Sara Rajan has been appointed as the editor of the magazine.
 
Architectural Digest positions itself as the most trusted authority on design, architecture and living. 
 
Commenting on the launch, Nicholas Coleridge, vice president of Condé Nast International, said, “After the successful launches of Indian Vogue, GQ and Condé Nast Traveller, which have surpassed expectations, we are delighted to announce the launch of Architectural Digest India - the ninth edition of the design bible.”
 
Sharing his thoughts on the launch, Alex Kuruvilla, managing director of Condé Nast India, said, “India is a country with a growing affluent population that already appreciates luxury and is now lavishing attention on their homes, making it the perfect time to introduce the world's most trusted authority on design.”
 
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Campaign India

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