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presentation VOGUE

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Julia de Vries

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Transcript of presentation VOGUE

Iris luyten & Julia de Vries
Index
History
Anna Wintour
Media: The September Issue
Other editions
Criticism
Influence/ conclusion

HISTORY
1892 - Arthur Turnure
1909 - Condé Nast
The Depression/ WO 2
Grace Mirabella
Cover of the May 1917 issue
ANNA WINTOUR
Born 3 November 1949
1975 - Harper's Bazaar
Viva (fashion editor)
1978 - Magazine was shut down
1983 - VOGUE
1988 - Editor-in-chief
MEDIA
ANNA WINTOUR
Changes: Staff and cover pictures
Wintour's first VOGUE cover, November 1988
ANNA WINTOUR
TRADEMARK
pageboy bob haircut and sunglasses
2007 - The September Issue
840 pages
5 pounds
The September Issue 2012
OTHER EDITIONS
Different subjects
First issue September 2005
Not very successful
Final issue November 2008

PRAISE
December 2007 issue for
celebrating African-American men

INTERNATIONAL

MEN'S VOGUE
MEN'S VOGUE
OTHER EDITIONS
TEEN VOGUE
Version of Vogue magazine for teenage girls
Serious topics
A more glossy view
Smaller format
Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party
CRITICISM
Lauren Weisberger wrote The Devil Wears Prada

CONCLUSION/ INFLUENCE
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