Below are a few pivotal moments from Paris Fashion Week throughout the years.
Haute Couture inventor Charles Frederick Worth opens his first house in Paris, selling his luxury fashion designs to upper-class women.Posted: March, 2016
In honor of the first true snow fall in New York today, let's take a look back at the October 1966 American Vogue story, The Great Fur Caravan.
Diana Vreeland, famed Harper's Bazaar and Vogue editor, remains a fashion icon and true innovator. One of her epic creations for Vogue, Vreeland casted Veruschka as 'The Girl with Fabulous Furs' with Richard Avedon behind the lens.
The group, including stylist Polly Mellen, traveled to the Japanese Alps to shoot an extravagant series of furs, mystic mountains and Veruschka, well being Veruschka.
Check out more of the beautiful spread below. [gallery ids="14303,14304,14305,14306,14307,14308,14309,14310,14311,14312,14313,14314,14315,14316,14317,14318,14319,14320,14321"]Posted: December, 2013American photographer Irving Penn is a true legend in the fashion community. Known for his elegantly simple portraits, his images convey a unique and sophisticated compositional refinement that has been seen on over 150 Vogue covers over the span of seven decades.[caption id="attachment_12292" align="aligncenter" width="581"] Kate Moss for Irving Penn. Vogue, 1995.[/caption] Irving Penn originally studied painting, drawing, and graphic design at the University of Arts in Philadelphia. Graduating in 1938, he moved to New York and found work as the director of advertising at Saks Fifth Avenue . By 1943, Penn was hired as an assistant to Vogue Magazine's creative director Alexander Liberman. That same year, his photographic career began by shooting his first Vogue cover, a still life of fruit and autumn accessories.Posted: May, 2013There is nothing better than walking through a flea market with my boyfriend while holding hands. So, for my birthday this year,Posted: May, 2012