Vogue Italia

Considered one of the best fashion magazines in the world, Vogue Italia is the least commercial of the international editions, its often controversial and provocative content blurring the lines between fashion and art. Vogue Italia was established in 1962 when Condé Nast publisher Si Newhouse bought the Italian magazine Novità. The magazine continued under the name Novità until November 1965, when it was renamed Vogue & Novità. Consuelo Crespi was the editor-in-chief during this initial phase until 1966.