CNE Rolls Out New Programming Across Multiple Channels
Conde Nast Entertainment is premiering a slate of new original programming this week across channels for Vogue, Allure, Teen Vogue, and Style.com.
“Vogue in Motion,” one-off video directed by Cathryne Czubek, and produced by Czubek, Jessica Wolfson, and CNE for the Vogue video channel, takes viewers behind-the-scenes of Vogue editorial fashion shoots and document the entire process, from pitch to print.
On its Allure channel, CNE is debuting a weekly series called “Beauty Evolution,” which will show exactly how pop star Miley Cyrus went from Hannah Montana to sitting naked on top of a wrecking ball. The show is produced by Wilshire Studios, the in-house studio for NBCUniversal’s E! Network.
The third show, “Global Threads,” is for Teen Vogue. Narrated by musician/daughter-of-a-famous-rockstar Kelly Osbourne, the weekly series will spotlight the designers at Mima-te, a fashion company in Mozambique that’s championing sustainability and the upcycling of clothes. “Global Threads” will follow the team as they prepare for their first fashion show.
The final two premieres are on Style.com’s video channel. In “In the Mood for… with Man Repeller,” host Leandra Medina will share various off-beat style tips, including wearing denim after dark. Produced by CNE and Decoupage Productions, new episodes will be made available on Mondays through June.
The other Style.com program, “Beauty Icons,” is hosted by celebrity makeup artist Kayleen McAdams (sister of actress Rachel), and will provide step-by-step tips on how to replicate famous looks. Style.com will air new episodes every Friday through July.
As is the case with any show produced by CNE, all original content will available on each brand channel’s video page and YouTube channel, and distributed across CNE’s syndication network.Tags: allure, Beauty, CNE, conde nast entertainment, Fashion, How-To, Kelly Osbourne, Style.com, Teen Vogue, vogue