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100 years of Vogue France to leaf through

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Tommaso Berra
Vogue France | Collater.al

Among the anniversaries we’ve celebrated over the past year is nothing less than the 100th anniversary of the most important fashion magazine in the city where fashion is embodied in all its fullness. We’re talking about Vogue France, the French edition of what has never been just a magazine of customs, trends and information, but also a platform in which to publish projects by the greatest photographers of the 20th and 21st centuries such as Man Ray or Helmut Newton. On the covers of Vogue France have appeared actresses models and supermodels, such as Audrey Hepburn or Kate Moss, beautifully dressed in grace by the great couturiers who have collaborated with the Condé Nast magazine.
The photographic and historical memory of these 100 years is collected in the new book Vogue Paris: 100 Years, published by Thames & Hudson and available HERE.

Vogue France had the ability like few other fashion magazines to amplify the resonance of so many collections published in print, as well as the careers of artists and industry creatives. The many editors have been scouts for talent capable of creating cult items with each release, giving fashion the responsibility of being a beacon of a vibrant and ever-changing culture. Not only Chanel, Dior and Saint Laurent, the editions collected in Vogue Paris: 100 Years tell of all fashion trends, from the most glossy to the avant-garde, all the more reason to browse through this book. 

Vogue France | Collater.al
Vogue France | Collater.al
Vogue France | Collater.al
Vogue France | Collater.al
Vogue France | Collater.al
Vogue France | Collater.al
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