"Postcards from Vogue: One Hundred Iconic Covers" comes in a convenient box set and can be used to drop notes or decorate a feminine room. Or just send to a favorite correspondent.
Vogue released its first issue on December 17, 1892.
Summer of 1926, the roaring twenties and Art Deco style was well underway.
A cover from October 15, 1936 promotes jewels, accessories, and furs despite the looming economic depression.
As we began to enter an era of travel, savvy editor-in-chief Edna Woolman Chase followed suit in Vogue.
In 1949, the price of a single issue of Vogue moved up to $.50 (from the original price of $.10).
A famous 1964 Vogue cover shot by renowned photographer Irving Penn.
A young Cindy Crawford graces the January 1987 cover.
In 1992, Vogue celebrated its 100th anniversary with a roundup of the top supermodels, all dressed in a classic white button-up shirt.
In one of Annie Leibovitz’s photographs from her iconic celebrity series, Drew Barrymore poses as Beauty from Beauty and the Beast on the April 2005 cover.