It has always been at the forefront of fashion, and this month’s issue marks the remarkable 100th anniversary of British Vogue. The ‘Fashion Bible’ was first published in 1916 by Condé Nast and is the place to be seen, if you want to be known in the world of fashion.
With circulation figures topping 220,000, it is a magazine where the editors ultimately have creative control over the advertising. This month alone sees the magazine contain 275 pages of adverts; yet the adverts are consumed almost as much as the content.
Vogue are celebrating their history with an exhibition which is open until May 22nd. The exhibition will showcase key moments in the magazine’s history at the National Portrait Gallery.
For more information about the exhibition, click here…