Coffee, Crossant, VOGUE


 Vogue is the world's most prestigious fashion/lifestyle magazine. You haven't made it in the fashion industry until you have been featured. Vogue is the world's most popular magazines, published in over 19 countries and have been in the hands of the most elite editors known to man. 

Vogue was founded in 1892 by Arthur Tumure, the magazine began as a weekly publication when Arthur died in 1909, Condé Nast began printing it bi-weekly. By 1920 Condé's magazine was being published in Spain, Italy, France and Britain. When the Depression hit, Vogue still continued to print, and still during World War II the magazine stayed strong. By 1960 the editor and chief, Diana Vreeland  took the magazine to a whole new level. Vogue's new facade,  was one that youth and adults could both enjoy. Diana began making household names out of models, featuring socialites, debutantes as well as celebrities. By 1973, the Vogue torch was passed on the Grace Mirabella and the publication went from bi-weekly to monthly. The magazine continued to undergo extensive changed, Vogue continued to flourish. In 1988, Anna Wintour was given the title of editor and chief of Vogue, US. 

Anna Wintour & Blake Lively 
Vogue has undergone many significant changes since it was first published in the US in 1892. The magazine has been in the hands of many extravagant women. 

Continue to read the magazine and learn about the latest trends, read on up-and-coming models, and make sure to read the "Letter from the Editor" it gives you a heads up for the next issues topics and what she (Anna Wintour) goes through in order to take the magazine from her desk to your coffee table. 

x- The Collector


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