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In honour of their centenary, British Vogue is showcasing a photography exhibition and I got to see it! Taking place at the National Portrait Gallery in London, the exhibition shows the history of the magazine, rising from a high society newsletter in 1916 to becoming a global publication today...
Going through the archives, the set up displays some of the most iconic images in fashion over the last century. From the Beckhams to Linda Evangelista, Vogue has had an array of supermodels and cover stars and in this exhibition, you will find out the back stories and details of some of your favourite shoots.
The exhibition takes you on a visual tour of each decade in the 21st century and includes historical photography eg. War and the Queen Elizabeth II Coronation. Some of the featured photographers are Cecil Beaton, Patrick Demarchelier and Guy Bourdin.
My favourite part of the experience was shopping in the Vogue gifts where they had many different branded products such as posters, mugs, bags and stationery. The ongoing event is sponsored by Leon Max.
The exhibition is still open until 22nd May 2016 and if you would love to see some inspiring images, I encourage you to go!
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