A visually engaging history of the 100-year-old fashion authority Vogue Paris
Always a defender of artistic and literary creation, Vogue Paris, more than other publications, makes fashion a cultural and societal topic as much as an object of fantasy. Through photographs, drawings, and magazines, this book will highlight how Vogue Paris plays a major and singular role in the diffusion of Parisian style.
- Size: 10" x 12"
- 296 pages
- Published by Harry N. Abrams
- Written by Vogue editors
Vogue Paris: 100 Years by Sylvie Lécallier