In more than a century of fashion shootings, Vogue has featured the leading names of fashion photography. An exceptional selection of these name-dropped photographs, taken from the archives of the Condé Nast group (also owner of Glamour,Vanity Fair and more recently Love et W) is now on display at the Palais Galliera.
From Baron Adolf de Meyer, first photographer hired by the magazine, to the striking duo Inez & Vinoodh including Cecil Beaton, Helmut Newton, Ellen von Unwerth and the amazing Bruce Weber, all have contributed their style to the Bible of fashionistas.
We like: the thematic discourse that showcases the respective influences of these lens masters with a focus on scenography, decors… and of course models.
The plus: screens to leaf through the magazines.
Papier Glacé: A century of fashion photography at Condé Nast
John Rawlings, US Vogue, March 1943
Also discover the exhibition of Vogue covers at La Monnaie de Paris.
© 1943 Condé Nast