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Vogue Cover – May 1928

City View by Georges Lepape

Dressed in a smart yellow belted suit and cloche, a woman gazes idly into a powder compact. The densely packed buildings of the city rise behind her. Each letter of the magazine’s title cleverly inhabits a square in the gridded overhang.  The illustration, by Georges Lepape, appeared on the the May 1, 1928, cover of Vogue.

Source: Vogue Cover – May 1928 – City View Poster Print by Georges Lepape at the Condé Nast Collection


Vogue Cover – January 1950

Doe Eye by Erwin Blumenfeld

Two examples of his unique visual style were shot for the cover of American Vogue, one depicting an abstract close-up of Jean Patchett’s eye and mouth, and a World War II-period cover of a woman silhouetted under a red cross. Blumenfeld was held in high renown during the 1940’s and 50’s; at the apex of his career, he was the highest-paid photographer in the world. There have been many major exhibitions of his work, including a 1986 show at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, and a 2006 show at The Hague Museum of Photography in The Netherlands.

Source: Vogue Cover – January 1950 – Doe Eye Poster Print by Erwin Blumenfeld at the Condé Nast Collection


Vogue – February 1954

Coco Chanel by Horst P. Horst 

Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel is the focus of this Horst P. Horst photograph, which appeared in the February 15, 1954, Vogue. Taken in 1937, she reclines in profile on a chaise lounge, holding a cigarette. She wears a simple dark dress—an example of the ones that catapulted her to fame—and gold medallion necklaces, another trademark of the designer, who was credited with inventing costume jewelry. A simple ribbon in her hair, Chanel exudes the elegant simplicity that characterizes her brand to this day. This photo serves as a poignant reminder of the woman behind the empire.

Source: Vogue – February 1954 – Coco Chanel Poster Print by Horst P. Horst at the Condé Nast Collection


Vogue – March 1967

Flower Power Twiggy by Bert Stern
Superstar model Twiggy was photographed wearing a bright flower-print dress by Michèle Rosier, with Max Factor makeup outlining her large doe eyes. The iconic ’60’s fashion image, shot by staff photographer Bert Stern, appeared in the March 1, 1967, Vogue.

Source: Vogue – March 1967 – Flower Power Twiggy Poster Print by Bert Stern at the Condé Nast Collection

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