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Vogue

MAGAZINE

Fashion magazine, founded 1892. Owned by Condé Nast.

Official Website:
http://www.vogue.com/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Susan Mary Alsop
Socialite
19-Jun-1918 18-Aug-2004 Washington DC Socialite
Richard Avedon
Photographer
13-May-1923 1-Oct-2004 Photographer of the human predicament
Jeremiah S. Chechik
Film Director
1955   National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Joan Didion
Author
5-Dec-1934   Slouching Toward Bethlehem
Anne Sutherland Fuchs
Publisher
c. 1948   Former publisher of Woman's Day
Martha Gellhorn
Journalist
8-Nov-1908 15-Feb-1998 War correspondent
Ruth Hale
Activist
1886 18-Sep-1933 Maiden name crusader
Nan Kempner
Socialite
24-Jul-1930 3-Jul-2005 New York City socialite
Patrick Lichfield
Photographer
25-Apr-1939 11-Nov-2005 Prominent British photographer
Clare Boothe Luce
Politician
10-Apr-1903 9-Oct-1987 Congresswoman, wife of Henry R. Luce
Condé Nast
Business
26-Mar-1873 19-Sep-1942 Founder of Condé Nast Publications
Helmut Newton
Photographer
31-Oct-1920 23-Jan-2004 Celebrity photographer
Gordon Parks
Film Director
30-Nov-1912 7-Mar-2006 Shaft
Richard Scarry
Author
5-Jun-1919 30-Apr-1994 Delightful children's book author and artist
Edward Steichen
Photographer
27-Mar-1879 25-Mar-1973 Photo-Secessionist
Plum Sykes
Author
4-Dec-1969   Bergdorf Blondes
Vera Wang
Fashion Designer
27-Jun-1949   Designer of wedding dresses
Anna Wintour
Journalist
3-Nov-1949   Vogue Editor in Chief


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