Tuesday, 22 September 2009


Anna Wintour inspired "The Devil wears Prada". Diana Vreeland has reached the status of fashion myth. Helmut Newton, William Klein and Bert Stern, among others, created some of the most influential images of the century. Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Truman Capote ...worked for the magazine. Vogue, no matter what, is no doubt one of the most iconic publications of the last 100 years. Surrounded by rumours, terrible stories, funny anecdotes and a lot of idolatry, one thing is true about this Condé Nast magazine: throughout its story, it has been the result of a lot of efforts and long hours of hard work, a very particular view on fashion which relates to good taste, elegance and glamour, and a series of contributions by the best professionals in the industry. Vogue continues now to catch the "air du temps" and to give us a beautiful, idealised vision of fashion. To celebrate all these years, there will be a Vogue Covers exhibitions during October in the Champs Elysées in Paris: some of the most beautful and original Vogue covers since its creation in the key date of 1920... Essenetial.

1 comment:

  1. No te olvides de Eduardo García Benito, un vallisoletano que fue ilustrador de Vogue y Vanity Fair en los años 20-40!.


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