Saturday, November 20, 2010

History Of Vogue: First Vogue Magazine

Vogue's First Issue

{Photo via Todd Patrick(ME)}

Vogue was founded as a weekly publication by Arthur Baldwin Turnure in 1892.
When he died in 1909, Condé Nast picked it up and slowly began growing the publication

Vogue is widely published, Vogues editor-in-chiefs

Anna Wintour (United States)

Alexandra Shulman (United Kingdom)

Carine Roitfeld (France)

Patrícia Carta (Brazil)

Franca Sozzani (Italy)

Angelica Cheung (China)

Victoria Davydova (Russia)

Kirstie Clements (Australia)

Christiane Arp (Germany)

Myung Hee Lee (Korea)

Priya Tanna (India)

Elena Makris (Greece)

Seda Domaniç (Turkey)

Mitsuko Watanabe (Japan)

Rosalie Huang (Taiwan)

Eva Hughes (Mexico & Latin America)

Yolanda Sacristán (Spain)

Paula Mateus (Portugal)


Maya • Fashion Illustration blog said...

Cool to see all of them ha... All seem cool, except the Indian editor. Woman looks like she was either recenty pregnant or that she doesn't have time to have her hair done. Which is possible I guess.


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Vogue_blogger said...

I am a huge fan of all the editors of vogue. they are so powerful and influential and highly respected in all of the fashion industry. I see them as the PRESIDENTs of their respective countries in terms of fashion.

i admire them all so much that i decided to start my own blog about them.

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