You'll Now Be Able to Access Thousands of Rare 'Vogue' Images Online

<p>Photo: Henry Clarke, Courtesy of Vogue and Google Arts & Culture</p>

Photo: Henry Clarke, Courtesy of Vogue and Google Arts & Culture

Condé Nast and Google are partnering to bring thousands of images from the pages of Vogue online for the first time.

The publication worked with Google Arts and Culture to create a digital archive consisting of over 15,000 images from 600 issues — many of which haven't been seen online — available to everyone, free of charge. It also published 36 online exhibits that take readers through Vogue's history, focusing on different photographers, illustrators and models as well as integral trends and cultural moments of the 20th century, as seen through its pages; highlights include a gallery of Helmut Newton's iconic images and one on Frida Kahlo's effect on fashion.

The collaboration serves as a continuation of both companies' mission to make the world of fashion more accessible. It also comes 13 years after the launch of Vogue's owned digital archives, through which subscribers can access digitized copies every American Vogue issue from 1892 onwards. This is the second project of its kind for Google Arts and Culture, following the "We Wear Culture" project, launched in 2017 in partnership with museums from around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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