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With a centenary show at the National Portrait Gallery and the Duchess of Cambridge gracing the June issue, there’s never been a better time to go behind the scenes at Vogue. Here, three of the magazine's editors share their style tips, exhibition picks and all-time favourite covers


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Style: “I love the audacity of glam rock in a pared-back way, but I don't overthink what I'm going to wear – I’ll see something and wear it to death. Summer style is much easier – you wear less so that key piece can make a statement. I love wearing M&S’ Rosie slips under a blazer: they’re my go-to for parties.”

Exhibition tip: “I’ve spent a long time gazing at the heartbreaking portrait of Gore Vidal in the 1940s room.”

Favourite cover (): “My favourite Vogue cover is Kate Moss's debut, photographed by Corinne Day. I love the honesty and the sparkle you can see in Kate’s eye – the superstar inside poised to steal the world’s attention with one glance of those kohl-rimmed eyes.”


Style: “I’m a bit of a chameleon but I love denim, texture and print mixed with monochrome. I chose this look because it’s poetic with a rock ‘n’ roll edge; I’d easily wear it to the office and then straight to a fashion dinner.”

Exhibition tip: “I’ve been to the National Portrait Gallery exhibition three times – the Art Deco room’s my favourite. The wallpaper works perfectly with the covers; it’s like being in a stately home. Next up is the Vogue Festival, with everything from industry trend talks to exclusive limited editions. It’s an amazing opportunity for all access to Vogue – we’ve gone all out!”

Favourite cover (): “The glamorous illustrated covers surpass themselves year on year. I adore this 1920s Art Deco one.”


Style: “I'm quite classic but like to play with accessories. I love the heritage of this Alexa blouse: I’d wear it with a tuxedo for smarter occasions.”

Exhibition tip: “I was overwhelmed by the Vogue 100 exhibition. It’s incredible to walk through it year by year, especially the pre-photography illustrations. If you miss it in London, the exhibition moves to Manchester from 24 June to 30 October.”

Favourite cover (): “We recreated this 1976 Jerry Hall cover for the June 2016 issue with Tim Walker and Kate Phelan, this time with her daughter Georgia May Jagger.”

Vogue covers, from top: Corinne Day 1993, Eduardo Benito 1926, Norman Parkinson 1976; all courtesy of Vogue Archive
Portrait photographer: Rick Pushinsky / Make-up artist: Naoko Scintu / Hair stylist: Soichi Inagaki

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