For the past century, Condé Nast, the publisher behind magazines like Vogue and Glamour, has played a key role in fashion photography thanks to editors-in-chief and art directors like Edna Woolman Chase, Diana Vreeland and Alexander Liberman. They showcased the work of young photographers who captured the Zeitgeist of the day: Horst P. Horst, Erwin Blumenfeld, David Bailey, Guy Bourdin, Corinne Day, Deborah Turbeville or Sølve Sundsbø, to name but a few.
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