It's easy to find black people at Condé Nast: They're in the mailroom, the cafeteria, holding Anna Wintour's umbrella... and on the cover of Men's Vogue! Jeff Bercovici of Portfolio points out that 4 out of 12 covers so far have featured black men. Meanwhile, when Jennifer Hudson graced the cover of Vogue in March, she was only the third African-American celebrity to do so. Keep in mind that the magazine was founded in 1914. Men's Vogue started in 2005 and so far has had Tiger Woods, Barack Obama, Denzel Washington, and now, on the December issue, Will Smith. Why is it that Men's Vogue has had more black celebrity covers than Vogue itself?