Exhibition ticket - Vogue Paris 1920 - 2020
Between Paris and fashion, it is an eternal love story that never ends. Who better than Vogue Paris magazine to talk about it?
Founded by Condé Nast, Vogue Paris is the oldest French fashion magazine still in publication and the only one of the group's titles to bear the name of a city, as the capital of fashion, and not that of a country. Paris is seen as the heart of cultural and artistic life and the Parisian woman is the ideal woman, the "Vogue" woman.
Alongside the collections of the Palais Galliera, made up of hundreds of garments, accessories, photographs, drawings, illustrations and prints, Vogue magazine is revealed through more than 400 works, most of which come from the magazine's archives. We discover photographs, illustrations, magazines, documents, films…, as well as a fifteen models of haute couture and ready-to-wear underlining the importance of the magazine in supporting Parisian fashion, from haute couture to young designers.
Vogue Paris, the history of fashion on glossy paper
The Palais Galliera and the exhibition Vogue Paris 1920 - 2020 tell us the history of the magazine through the editors who shaped it through their editorial and artistic choices, from Michel de Brunhoff to Emmanuelle Alt, via Edmonde Charles-Roux, Francine Crescent and Carine Roitfeld. Their personalities, the length of their collaboration and their commitment are what make Vogue Paris unique and consistent.
The exhibition also highlights the talent of the great illustrators and particularly the photographers who have contributed to its success, from Hoyningen-Huene to Horst, Bourdin, Klein, Newton, Lindbergh, Testino, Inez & Vinoodh… but also collaborations with great couturiers such as Yves Saint Laurent on the one hand and Karl Lagerfeld on the other, whom Vogue Paris has supported throughout their careers.
From the "garçonne" style of models in the 1920s, to the charm and charisma of contemporary actresses and supermodels, from transgender people to the personalities of today, the magazine remains at the forefront of trends.
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- Open every day, except Monday, from 10am to 6pm.
- Closed on Mondays and public holidays.
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- Free for under 18s, unemployed and people on social welfare.
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