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Penn it In

Penn it In

With the return of the midi skirt, along with Raf Simons citing the Dior archives as the predominant inspiration behind his latest collection for the house, it seems a sense of mid-century glamour is having a moment. As Vogue’s leading photographer, Irving Penn’s sharp postwar imagery ...
McQueen Antoinette

McQueen Antoinette

To fête the release the Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette in 2006, Vogue enlisted Annie Leibovitz for an 18th-century-themed editorial starring Kirsten Dunst as the Dauphine. Photographed nowhere else but Versailles, Dunst is resplendent in designer interpretations of rococo fashions, ...
Hats Off

Hats Off

The same year the model would sign an unheard of six-figure annual contract with Revlon, Lauren Hutton was photographed by Richard Avedon for the July 1973 issue of Vogue. Posing for the 1973 cover story “The American Woman Today Part 1,” Lauren Hutton would serve as both the all-American ...
Punked Out

Punked Out

Celebrating the launch of Daft Punk’s fourth studio album, Craig McDean photographed the incognito duo alongside Karlie Kloss who sported a sort of helmet herself which took form as a thick straw-like bobbed wig. Published in Vogue’s July 2013 issue, the editorial featured the group walking ...
Fan Out

Fan Out

Photographer and photojournalist Alfred Eisenstaedt would photograph celebrities and politicians alike, capturing moments that showcased and helped to create the popular culture of his era. Among Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren, Katharine Hepburn would sit for Eisenstaedt; a photograph from Life ...