Nylon re-emerges in print
Nylon magazine, which suspended its print platform in October 2017, is relaunching it under new ownership. The alternative lifestyle and fashion magazine was bought by the Bustle Digital Group for an undisclosed sum, according to a story in Folio:.
"We will invest heavily in expanding Nylon’s editorial team and advancing its strength in live experiences. Additionally, we believe that Nylon should exist in a print format, and that is part of the future plan,” Bryan Goldberg, CEO and founder of BDG, said in a statement. This would be the first of BDG’s properties—which includes Bustle, Romper, Elite Daily and the Zoe Report, as well as the recently acquired Gawker, The Outline, Mic and experiential marketing and events division Flavorpill Media—to have a print component.