Teen Vogue readers, listen up!
The magazine just announced that it will only be printing four issues a year going forward.
It sounds like a bummer, but the good news is that the publication will be focusing on its digital efforts.
“Teen Vogue speaks to the future — and our incredible digital growth is proof that young millennials and Generation Z want to be meaningfully engaged,” Phillip Picardi, digital editorial director, said (via Business of Fashion). “As content consumption habits continue to shift towards mobile and video, we are so excited to continue delivering content that gives her more — from resources about sexual health and identity, to up-to-the-minute news on social justice and politics.”
WHAT DO YOU THINK about Teen Vogue scaling its print edition back?