It’s an exciting era for Condé Nast and New Era Portfolio , as they team up to bring interior designers Condé Nast’s high style magazine images. The new site, condenasttrade.com offers interior designers access to iconic and rare images from Condé Nast’s extensive archives.
The collaboration unites Condé Nast’s unparalleled content with New Era’s cutting-edge technology and superior printing capabilities, enabling designers to create customized art installations around celebrated imagery for both residential and commercial projects.
“The design community is extremely valuable to Condé Nast and this partnership creates an unprecedented new resource for art that will truly be one-of-a-kind in the homes and businesses of their clients,” said John Kulhawik, Vice President, Condé Nast Licensing. “Given its vast collection of renowned Condé Nast content, the new site enables designers to provide their clients with compelling imagery that reflects a discerning aesthetic.”
The new e-commerce site offers hand curated collections of classic images and never-before-released archival photographic treasures from past and present Condé Nast titles, among them, GQ , Glamour , Gourmet , House & Garden , Mademoiselle, The New Yorker , Vanity Fair and Vogue . Designers on CondeNastTrade.com can easily navigate through thousands of iconic images, searching by brand title, media type, subject, and color. They can also create custom pieces through unique print substrates such as acrylic glass, birch wood and aluminum, in addition to acid-free paper and artist-grade canvas.
“We have created a striking e-commerce site that will excite and inspire those interior designers seeking to create unexpected artistic pieces for their clients,” said Joseph Garcia, CEO and Founder of New Era Portfolio. “With unprecedented access to Condé Nast’s treasure trove of imagery and a seamless web design, designers may enjoy the experience of browsing the site as much as they’ll cherish the completed work on their clients’ walls.”
Shop the collections at www.CondeNastTrade.com