Our Favourite Vintage Vogue Covers
Ahh Vogue. Ever since 1892 the magazine’s glossy pages have acted as the sartorial bible for women around the world. And its covers, well, that’s another story.
In the beginning the covers were illustrations. Fabulous as they were, the game changed when the first colour photograph found its way onto fashion’s most prized real estate in 1932. In this blog we take a look at our favourite vintage covers.
With a price tag of 35 cents. Illustrated by Parisian artist Andre Edouard Marty, his style was classic art deco. A stoic woman in a green dress and veiled hat, perfectly poised on a zebra. Why? Because Vogue.
Above: Forever one of favourite style icons, Audrey Hepburn in classic black and white.
Below: The timeless beauty Sophia Loren photographed by David Bailey during the shooting of her film, Lady L.