Daily Front Row
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The Daily Front Row is a fashion-industry publication, commonly known as The Daily. Brandusa Niro is the editor in chief. In 2011, Niro bought a controlling interest in the magazine, which was formerly owned by IMG.
|Frequency||Daily during Fashion Week|
|Year founded||November 2002|
|Based in||New York City|
Niro founded The Daily in November 2002, with the first issue launching for New York Fashion Week in February of the following year. The Daily is distributed every day during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, chronicling the goings-on from the front rows to behind the scenes. The magazine is distributed for free at the site of Fashion Week. For the remainder of the year, the online magazine is updated every weekday with fashion news, party reports, features, and The Daily’s blog, Chic Report). In an article in Vanity Fair, her friend Graydon Carter, the magazine’s editor, called The Daily “the guiltiest pleasure of Fashion Week in New York.”
The Daily also produces print issues during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami, and has produced issues for Fashion Weeks in Sydney, Australia; Toronto, Canada; Moscow, Russia; and Mexico City, Mexico. In addition, The Daily produces issues covering various fashion trade shows, including Coterie, WSA, and Collective.
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