Lucky magazine, once a bright shining star in the Condé Nast solar system, has shuttered for good. Mashable reports that on Friday, the last of a bare bones editorial team was let go.
For Lucky, last year marked the beginning of the end. Condé sold Lucky to Beachmint, an e-commerce company, which then created The Lucky Group.
Not too long after that, Lucky began cutting staffers. In April, editor in chief Eva Chen left and eventually joined Instagram. Then, this past June, Lucky decided to ditch the print edition and pink slipped even more employees.
Lucky was founded in 2000 by Kim France. The “magazine about shopping and style” had a good run.