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Gilt Has A Print Magazine For Those With Swiss Bank Accounts

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    We shudder at the thought of where our lives would be without Gilt Groupe. The e-commerce giant has given us everything from discounted designer clothing, to items for our apartment, to access to events around town. Now, continuing on their trek of world domination, they've given us DuJour, a print and online magazine—that's also available to all members of Gilt via the DuJour site.

    The inaugural issue of the mag (launched this month) — and helmed by R29 fave Keith Pollock — boasts over 200 editorial pages, including a cover shot of the classically stunning Christy Turlington Burns snapped by famed lensman Bruce Weber. Inside, there's a fashion shoot in the former home-slash-studio of Richard Avedon, an interview with Wendy Vanderbilt Lehman, and a travel feature about design in Morocco. In short? It's jam packed with aspirational images and stories.

    Yes, DuJour aims to reach the 1%, but we personally think just about anyone can take inspiration from Gilt's new glossy. Click through for a peek at our favorite images from the magazine.

    Photo: Courtesy of DuJour

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