The fash pack get nostalgic
Vogue magazine has always got the fashion crowd's creative juices flowing, with its combination of swoony editorial shoots and unattainable glamour. And now the fashion bible has gathered together celebs and designers alike, to discuss their memories of Vogue.
While William Tempest waxed lyrical about the iconic Cool Britannia shoot, 'My first Vogue memory is the Union Jack supermodel cover shoot for the January 2002 issue shot by Mario Testino; but I also remember - and love - both the Sophie Dahl Mighty Aphrodite cover for the February 2003 issue and the Kate Moss-wearing-vintage-Bowie shoot from May 2003 - which were both shot by Nick Knight.'
Read designer and celeb testemonials here.