As 2016 draws to a close, what better way to pinpoint the highlights of the year than to reminisce over the 100th birthday of British Vogue.
Vogue itself provided me with aspirations to become a fashion photographer, from Chanel campaigns to Tim Walkers exposés all bundled to drive me toward my end game.
When hearing about Vogue’s “A Century of Style” exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, I didn’t miss a moment to bag some tickets. The exhibition was phenomenal with works of photographers that have inspired me for years; Tim Walker, Annie Leibovitz, Irving Penn, Cecil Beaton etc… I was truly speechless, for once.
Out of the 12 issues Vogue provided us this year, its fair to say the crown jewel issue of 2016 was June as the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton debuts as a Vogue cover star, photographed by Josh Olins. It’s needless to say the Duchess took Vogue by storm, becoming the most sold issue of Vogue in 2016.
Being fortunate to see a centuries worth of fashion, art, culture and history throughout 2016 was inspirational, heres to another century…