Vogue Paris has been making and breaking trends since 1920 and defining cultural history for one hundred years. Driven by some of the world’s greatest artists, illustrators, stylists, and visionaries, Vogue has elevated creativity, culture, art and fashion to popular culture.
Year after year, Vogue Paris has become a reference in terms of elegance and style. A true art object. Readers discover photographs by Henry Clarke, Lee Miller, Horst P. Horst, Guy Bourdin, Erwin Blumenfeld, Irving Penn, Helmut Newton, Peter Lindbergh, David LaChapelle, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, and Mario Testino. Vogue Paris has always distinguished itself by its audacity and its repertoire of artists.
Guy Bourdin revolutionized Vogue with his provocative, sensual, and colorful images. When Vogue Paris celebrated its 100th birthday special edition, it was an iconic photograph by Guy Bourdin that graced its cover. Guy Bourdin helped define the identity of Vogue Paris and secure its place in fashion and art history.