Right in sync with Spring/Summer Fashion Weeks, Vogue Paris meets a major milestone: It’s 95th anniversary. To celebrate, the glossy enlisted four iconic mods to front four separate covers of the October issue. Cover stars include Kate Moss, Christy Turlington, Gisele Bündchen, and Kendall Jenner, the youngest of the crew. Emmanuelle recruited Mert & Marcus, Inez & Vinoodh, Mario Testino, and David Sims to shoot the rotating covers. The mag is also marking the anniversary with the release of a new book, Vogue Covers, 1920-2015, as well as a party on October 3 at 51 Avenue d’Iena, during Paris Fashion Week.
The issue will be 472 pages, and 220,000 copies will hit the printers—up 50 percent compared with last October. It will be a bit pricier than usual, according to a report by WWD. The glossy extends the celebration beyond its cover, filling interior pages with portraits of other icons—Catherine Deneuve, Jane Birkin, and Johnny Hallyday, to name a few. It also features archival images, such as of Yves Saint Laurent and Sharon Tate, for a trip down memory lane, the report added.
Check out newsstands on September 29 to pick up a copy.