Vogue is considered to be the fashion bible of the world. The global fashion and lifestyle magazine has adorned the bed-side tables, coffee tables and desks of readers around the world. However British Vogue can now be used to beautify walls too. The British edition of the fashion magazine is for the first time allowing its readers to grab prints from its valuable image archive.

British_Vogue_Archive_Images_Claude_VirginThe precious collection of images captured over the years by renowned photographers and illustrators is set to go on sale online. In association with Easy Art, the mag has compiled a collection of 50 pieces that date back to 40s, 50s and 60s. This debut collection boasts of the works of Cecil Beaton, Clifford Coffin, Eugene Vernier, Henry Clarke, Don Honeyman, Claud Virgin and the likes. Easy Art also states that, British Vogue’s stunning collection of photography serves as a stylish barometer of both the social and cultural changes that shaped the twentieth century, and the list of photographers offers a stellar cast.

British_Vogue_Archive_Images_1Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue, expressed, “We’re delighted that a selection of archive images is now available for people to hang on their walls.” He also added that, “This is an example of the best of the old marrying happily with the newer print on demand technology, as we begin the build up to British Vogue’s 100th anniversary.”

British_Vogue_Archive_Images_Cecil-BeatonAvailable in four sizes to aptly dress up a wall or a desk, the unframed Vogue prints are up for about $42 – $165. Shoppers can also order the framed prints which start at about $110 for the smallest size. Additional prints from Vogue’s archive will be available to buy on the site at later dates. Each image is printed on a semi-gloss 250gsm premium lustre photo satin paper with an inkjet receptive coating which reproduces photographic images with clear detail and rich colors.

Easy Art CEO James Bidwell also stated, “Readers have long enjoyed the unparalleled excellence ofVogueimagery, whether seen through the pages of the magazine, online or in exhibitions. We’re thrilled to offer them the satisfaction of owning and displaying these images in their homes for the first time.”

British_Vogue_Archive_Images_Henry_ClarkeThis image was featured in December 1957 edition of Vogue and was captured by Henry Clarke.

British_Vogue_Archive_Images_april_47The above featured image is the oldest print of the first collection, dating back to 1947 and shot by Clifford Coffin.

Just for your information, British Vogue is the most profitable British magazine as well as the most profitable edition of Vogue besides the US edition.

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