[editorial] PHOTOGRAPHY: 100 Years of Dogs in Vogue

The Independent

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Judith Watt: Forget diamonds – the ultimate fashion accessory of the last century had a tail and a wet nose.

The Go-Betweens, by Marc Hom, May 1997


Editor’s note, by John Rawlings, April 1944


Life’s a beach: Vogue’s sun body special in the Bahamas by Alex Chatelain, May 1979


Cover by Eduardo Benito, June/July 1930


‘Blue-moon hats from Paris’ by Henry Clarke, ‘Vogue’ January 1954


The Duchess of Windsor wearing Mainbocher and accompanied by a greyhound, by Cecil Beaton American ‘Vogue’, June 1937


Lady Diana Cooper at the British Embassy in Paris, by Cecil Beaton, 1946


The investment guide to suits, by Hans Hammarskjold, September 1954


Jean Shrimpton and Bertie, by Eugene Vernier, February 1963


A right royal to-do, by Mario Testino, December 2001


Princess Radziwill with Thomas, her pug, by Henry Clarke, August 1960


Gilding the embassy: Lady Fretwell and her dogs, by James Mortimer, March 1987


Naomi Campbell and Dolce by Patrick Demarchelier, December 2007


5 responses to “[editorial] PHOTOGRAPHY: 100 Years of Dogs in Vogue

  1. lovely mood board!

  2. stop teasing me!! I want a dog SO badly!!

    xo, Merritt

    Manolos and Martinis

  3. How adorable they are! They really can be the most fashionable accessory. 🙂

  4. Pingback: Puppy Love | The Pursuit of Style

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