The cover of the first ever published Vogue, in 17 December 1892.
Vogue cover: November 1902
Vogue cover: April, 1910
The first published British Vogue in 1916. It was sold for one shilling.
Vogue cover: September 1926
1932: The first British Vogue issue to feature a photograph on the cover
Vogue cover: November 1939
Vogue Cover: June 1940
The December 1947 issue celebrated the royal wedding of Queen Elizabeth II to Prince Philip.
Vogue cover: October 1952
Vogue Cover: December 1954
Vogue Cover: December 1958
Vogue Cover: July 1961
Vogue cover: February 1964
The British Vogue issued in March 1966 featured its first ever black model – Donyale Luna.
British icon model Twiggy was first featured the British Vogue in 1967.
Condé Nast launched the Men in Vogue, the 1978 cover featured Richard Gere.
Diana, Princess of Wales, for the cover of the August 1981 issue for British Vogue.
Naomi Campbell in Chanel for her first Vogue cover in December 1987.
Vogue cover: November 1988. This was Anna Wintour’s first cover,
British Vogue stepped into the 90’s with a feature on the supermodels of the time: Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford for the iconic January 1990 cover. Remember the time when supermodels that epitomised the era of the supermodels.
Richard Gere was the first man featured on American Vogue, with his then wife Cindy Crawford in the 1992 cover.
The 100th Anniversary special in April 1992, featuring the supermodels of the 90’s.
Vogue cover: March 1993. The first cover for Kate Moss, who has then went on to star in 30 Vogue covers.
Vogue cover: August 1993. The first cover for Carla Bruni – she was one of the highest paid models in the world at the time. Labels she represented include: Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Givenchy.
A tribute paid to the late Princess Diana in the Vogue cover in October 1997, British issue.
Vogue cover: October 2000 – It was not Giselle, but Robbie Williams’ naked derrière that caused a stir .
Vogue cover: January 2002 – all the leading British models of the time for was featured on this cover, wearing Union Jack patterned clothing.
The March 2009 issue featured the first lady, Michelle Obama
The March 2011 issue featured Lady Gaga
The January 2012 featured Meryl Streep aged 62. This was the first time Vogue featured an older woman on its cover.
Vogue Italia featured the first Asian model on its cover – Chinese model Fei Fei Sun.