The Iconic Photography of Vogue

    Vanessa Redgrave by Antony Armstrong Jones
    This dramatic, world-weary pose was captured on the set of the film "Blowup" on September 1, 1966.

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    Veruschka by Franco Rubartelli
    Rubartelli got this shot of his girlfriend, supermodel Veruschka, dancing through the surf in Itapao, Brazil, on January 15, 1968.

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    Twiggy by Justin de Villeneuve
    Villeneuve is often credited with launching the career for Twiggy, the original waif supermodel. Photographed on April 15, 1970.

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    Luis and Alvaro de Romanones and friends, by Henry Clarke
    Clarke was known for his portraits of royalty and socialites. Here he catches a candid moment with the children of the Conde and Condesa de Romanones in Marabella, Spain, March 15, 1968.

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    David Bailey by Bert Stern
    This shot lets the viewer spy on the process of photography, while also being a beautiful work of art itself. Stern shows the lengths photographer David Bailey will go to in order to get the perfect shot on March 1, 1965.

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    Model in the Water by Toni Frissell
    Unexpected locations were a signature of Frissell's work. This photo was taken at a Florida aquarium on May 15, 1941.

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    Marisa Berenson by Arnaud De Rosnay
    An arresting image of suspended action, you almost expect the model to move. Photographed on September 1, 1970.

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    Cher by Arnaud De Rosnay
    An impossibly young Cher, wearing Sonny Bono's glasses, from a series of photos of the star taken by de Rosnay in 1967.

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    Mary Heberden by Edward Steinchen
    Steinchen's dramatic use of light redefined the way celebrities would be photographed. Photographed on March 15 1935.

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    Tatjana Patitz by Patrick Demarchelier
    With this deceptively simple pose and composition, Demarchelier reveals the beauty of the human form. Photographed on October 1, 1988.

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If you are a collector of fashion photography, or even just a fan, you will be excited to hear about the ten limited edition photos on display for the next month in the main lobby of Condé Nast headquarters located at 4 Times Square.

The images include Edward Steinchen's classic photo of actress Mary Heberden, portraits of Cher and model Marisa Berenson by Arnaud De Rosnay, and fashion shots from Patrick Demarchelier and Toni Frissell.

Vogue is selling just ten limited-edition art prints of each image. The prints will be hand numbered and stamped with the VOGUE Archive Collection logo, and accompanied by a letter of authenticity.

You can see the collection and get more information about how to purchase the images at the Condé Nast site.