Vogue US, one of the most iconic and influential fashion magazines in the world, has seen notable transformations under different editor-in-chiefs throughout its history.
As the longest-serving editor-in-chief of Vogue US from 1914 to 1952, Edna Woolman Chase played a pivotal role in establishing the magazine's prestige and authority. She introduced a sophisticated and refined aesthetic, showcasing high society and couture fashion. Chase's focus on elegance and aspiration helped Vogue become a leading publication during the early 20th century.
Taking over from Chase in 1952, Jessica Daves brought a fresh perspective to Vogue US. She embraced a more accessible and modern approach to fashion, featuring American designers and promoting ready-to-wear fashion. Daves expanded the magazine's coverage beyond couture, incorporating lifestyle and home decor, reflecting the changing social and cultural landscape of the time.
- VOGUE US March 15, 1951$198.00 USD
- VOGUE US April 1, 1951$248.00 USD
- VOGUE US February 1, 1952$248.00 USD
- VOGUE US March 1, 1954$248.00 USD
- VOGUE US March 15, 1954$198.00 USD
- VOGUE US March 1, 1956$248.00 USD
- VOGUE US March 15, 1959$220.00 USD
- VOGUE US July 1959$248.00 USD
- VOGUE US November 1, 1959$220.00 USD
- VOGUE US March 15, 1965$198.00 USD