The very first issue of Vogue Magazine was published in 1892 as a social publication for New York’s elite society. The first issues covered etiquette and reviews of books, plays and music.
Vogue was changed into a fashion magazine in 1909.
Vogue’s first known photographic cover model was an Indonesian-Dutch bisexual named Toto Koopman, She appeared on the cover in September 1933.
Vogue’s most prolific cover girl is Lauren Hutton, who graced the cover 26 times between 1966 and 1999.
Although, as you might expect, the majority of Vogue readers are women (almost 90%), 42% of readers of Vogue online are male.
Only five men have ever been photographed for the cover of Vogue, alongside female models and celebrities: Richard Gere, George Clooney, LeBron James, Ryan Lochte, and Kanye West.
The first celebrity to be pictured on the cover of Vogue Magazine was Madonna, in 1989.
he longest-standing Chief Editor of American Vogue, Edna Woolman Chase, held the post from 1914-1952; she started her career at Vogue working in the mailroom. Chase insisted that her staff wear black silk stockings and open-toed shoes to the office.