Vogue Launches Digital Archive

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Through the years: Vogue's digital archive includes every page of every issue from 1892 to today.

You may have your own treasured, dog-eared stack of Vogue magazines that you wouldn’t part with for the world—but what if you could get your hands on every single issue ever published?

No, we’re not suggesting the laughably ambitious task of scouring eBay for 1890s-era glossies: Vogue has happily taken the task of launching its own complete archive, including every page of every issue of American Vogue, from 1892 to today.

Access to the collection may cost a pretty penny—subscriptions are $1,575 annually—but it allows users to search by articles, images, covers, and even advertisements; browse issues by the decade; search brands, designers, photographers, and personalities; or hunt down specific ensembles by color, material or style. (With over 400,000 images archived, we’re imagining one epic inspiration board … )

The site, VogueArchive.com, is powered by trend forecasting company WGSN. “As the world’s leading trend forecaster and supplier of digital inspiration tools for the fashion and design industries, WGSN is ideally suited to maximize the commercial potential of the Vogue Archive,” WGSN president Steve Markov said in a release. “Both WGSN and the Vogue Archive are must-haves for any creative, design, or fashion business. The integration of two such powerful resources is an industry first.”

In related news, you can now purchase framed vintage Vogue photos and illustrations (the perfect holiday gift!) at the newly launched Condé Nast Store.

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