Graydon Carter Is Now Running a Digital Magazine and E-Commerce Venture

From a story on by Adam Piore headlined “Up in the Air”:

Back when he was editing Vanity Fair, Graydon Carter had a weekend routine. He and his wife, Anna Scott, would walk from their townhouse in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village to Casa Magazine, a little shop with floor-to-ceiling racks of glossies and knee-level stacks of newspapers from around the world. Arms loaded with European periodicals, they’d return home and spend hours tearing out stories they liked, passing them back and forth. Carter would arrive at Condé Nast the following Monday with a pile of clippings, marked up with notes, and hand them to his assistant to distribute to editors.