Vogue

Dublin Core

Title

Vogue

Subject

Arts--Literature
Arts--Portraits
Beauty
Class
Gender Norms
Gossip--Published
Social Acceptance
United States--New York City

Description

Vogue is an American magazine founded by Arthur Baldwin Turnure in 1892 as a weekly high-society journal. It primarily focuses on New York City's social elite and covers news of the local social scene as well as reviews plays, books, and music. The publishing company Condé Nast purchases the magazine in 1909 and transforms it into a women's fashion magazine, focusing on composure, beauty, and etiquette. Vogue soon becomes known for its high editorial quality and distinctive photographs as it hires the best photographers and illustrators during the time.
The included files only serve as an example illustration of the magazine.

Credit

Britannica

Notable columns include:
  • "Playhouse Gossip" (Feb 25, 1893 - July 11, 1895)

Publisher

Condé Nast

Type

Reference

Article Item Type Metadata

Location

New York City, NY, US

Geocode (Latitude)

40.730610

Geocode (Longitude)

-73.935242

Social Bookmarking

Geolocation

Citation

“Vogue,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed May 19, 2024, https://archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/862.

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