Vogue: The Untold History
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Vogue magazine started, like so many great things do, in the spare room of someone’s house. 128 years later, it has a monthly readership of 67 million. More than just a magazine, it is an establishment that has shaped the fashion industry as we know it. Author Nina-Sophie Miralles (Glossy) and former editor Alexandra Shulman (Clothes… And Other Things That Matter) join Fashion Director at The Times Anna Murphy to discuss the previously untold history of the magazine, one of passion and power, dizzying fortune and out-of-this-world fashion and ask what, and more importantly who, made Vogue such an enduring success?