Everyone knows that Vogue is one of the most classic magazines around. Dating back to 1892 it is where fashion bloggers, stylists, and normal housewives go to find the latest trends and read about the next up and comer. With over 1,200,000 subscribers this worldwide magazine sells copies in just about every country in the world and is read by millionaires, models, and movers and shakers.
Having countless issues, you can bet that over the years Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, has hired only the best photographers, writers, and editors to keep this household name at the top. Vogue covers are by far the most iconic of any magazine. Getting models like Naomi Campbell, Cara Delevingne, and Gigi Hadid, dressing them in limb lengthening designs, and pairing them with photographers like Mario Testino, Steven Klein, and Steven Meisel all makes for the perfect photograph.
From Vogue’s old issues back in the day, to it’s most recent, it has never lost it’s quality. Here are a couple Vogue covers now, and then.
Christy Turlington, Naomi Cambell, Kate Moss, Linda Evanglestine, Cindy Crawford, and Tatjana Patitz were all known as the supermodels who paved the way for models years to come. The ultimate squad goals, every model of this time looks up to these 6 stars.
Cara Delevingne won the British Fashion Award For Model Of The Year twice, once in 2012, and again in 2014.
Surveys show that Vogue is one of the most bought magazines in the U.S.
Models who are featured in Vogue have a 80% higher chance of making it big on the runways.
Vogue is, and will continue to be, the No. 1 source to find everything fashion and beauty related.