Opening at the National Portrait Gallery in February 2016 is a major exhibition celebrating 100 years of cutting-edge fashion, beauty and portrait photography at British Vogue.
The show is set to highlight the remarkable and varied range of photography that has been commissioned by the magazine since its founding in 1916. For the first time, over 280 prints from the Condé Nast archive and international collections will be brought together, and all for a common purpose: to tell the story of one of the most influential fashion magazines in the world.
Journeying through the decades, the exhibition will explore British Vogue’s position at the forefront of emerging fashion, as well as its less-chronicled dedication to design, also looking at the magazine's influence on the UK’s wider cultural landscape.
Find out more, and secure tickets at npg.org.uk/vogue100