Vogue | Voice of a Century

For 100 years British Vogue has been at the forefront of fashion, beauty, portraiture and lifestyle. Now, in a landmark publication compiling photographs, illustrations, correspondence, covers and new interviews with 100 renowned Vogue contributors, VOICE OF A CENTURY is an anthology like no other.

Strictly limited to only 1,916 craftsman-bound copies, each 504-page volume is individually signed by at least 8 Vogue contributors. The breathtaking visual material is accompanied by personal recollections and commentary from 100 of British Vogue’s most respected collaborators.

Editors and photographers talk about their special collaborations: Jerry Hall recalls those now iconic shoots with Grace Coddington and Norman Parkinson; Jean Shrimpton recollects her famous partnership with David Bailey; Kate Moss relives a shoot riding on elephants with Christy Turlington in Nepal; Bianca Jagger talks about her Vogue moment for a cover shoot in the Seventies in Paris; and Juergen Teller remembers his first rather surreal meeting with fashion editor Isabella Blow. Previously unpublished correspondence files shed new light on the work of celebrated contributors such as Cecil Beaton, Clifford Coffin, Michael Cooper, Lee Miller, Norman Parkinson, Helmut Newton, and many more from Vogue’s 100-year history.

Craftsman-bound in sumptuous leather with gold foil blocking and gilt page edging, VOICE OF A CENTURY will be a collector’s item for generations to come. The large format book (290 mm x 350 mm; 11.5 in x 14 in) is housed in a cloth-bound solander case. A shutter reveals an individually placed photograph from the Voguearchives.


Text with permission of Wish hr partner, Quintessentially Lifestyle.

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