This year marks the 100th birthday of British Vogue and to celebrate the National Portrait Gallery is holding an exhibition of the fashion bible’s greatest photography from the last century.
Vogue 100 brings together 280 prints from the Conde Nast archive and includes masterpieces by the likes of Cecil Beaton, Irving Penn, David Bailey and Mario Testino.
Portraits on show range from cultural figures such as Henri Matisse and Lucian to film stars like Marlene Dietrich and Fred Astaire and of course plenty of supermodels, including Peter Lindbergh’s famous 1990 shoot of Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington.
It looks like a fascinating show and a fitting celebration of what is arguably the best fashion magazine in the world.
Vogue 100: A Century of Style opens on 11 Feb 2016 at the National Portrait Gallery.