The National Portrait Gallery has organised the event in collaboration with Vogue to celebrate its century in publishing.
“Anybody interested in photography, fashion, fame and magazines will find this an unmissable experience” Alexandra Shulman, Editor-in-chief British Vogue.
Top photographers will feature such as Patrick Demarchelier, Tim Walker, Helmut Newton, André de Dienes and Mario Testino. It will showcase the quality fashion, portrait and beauty photography that has featured in Vogue over the years and will exhibit over 280 prints from Condé Nast’s international archives. Curated by Robin Muir and sponsored by Leon Max, this will be the first time it will be presented as a collection.
“Linda Evangelista” Patrick Demarchelier
“Fred Astaire” André de Dienes
Vogue: 100 Years of style is a unique major exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery showing the archives of Condé Nast. The exhibition will document the rise of the most influential magazine in history, Vogue from when it was found in 1918 to the present.
“Limelight Nights” Helmut Newton
#Vogue100, this hashtag is being used to celebrate and document the history of Vogue. The exhibition will explore Vogue as an iconic forefront at the centre of fashion over the last 100 years. Its dedication to the art form of fashion and how it really has shaped views on style and opinion.
Vogue 100: A Century of Style, National Portrait Gallery, London, 11 February – 22 May 2016, sponsored by Leon Max.
Tickets available on the website: http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/vogue/exhibition.php