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Vogue Magazine Vogue is a fashion and lifestyle magazine that is published in 18 national and one regional edition by Condé Nast Publications. Each month, Vogue publishes a magazine addressing topics of fashion, life and design.

The magazine also operates, its online website.

Vogue was described by book critic Caroline Weber in The New York Times in December 2006 as "the world's most influential fashion magazine":

Vogue is to our era what the idea of God was, in Voltaire’s famous parlance, to his: if it didn’t exist, we would have to invent it. Revered for its editorial excellence and its visual panache, the magazine has long functioned as a bible for anyone worshiping at the altar of luxury, celebrity and style. And while we perhaps take for granted the extent to which this trinity dominates consumer culture today, Vogue’s role in catalyzing its rise to pre-eminence cannot be underestimated.

Vogue is most famous as a presenter of images of high fashion and high society, but it also publishes writings on art, culture, politics, and ideas. It has also helped to enshrine the fashion model as celebrity.

Vogue is widely published; today, it is published in 18 countries and one region.

Featured Models by Vogue:

Doutzen Kroes | Forbes World's 15 Top-Earning Supermodels

Editor Anna Wintour (United States)
Alexandra Shulman (United Kingdom)
Carine Roitfeld (Paris)
Patrícia Carta (Brazil)
Franca Sozzani (Italy)
Angelica Cheung (China)
Aliona Doletskaya (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)

Categories Fashion

Frequency Monthly

First issue 1892

Company Condé Nast Publications

Country United States

Language English



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