"Vogue 100: A Century of Style" is an incredible collection of fashion and celebrity photography that has graced the pages of the powerhouse fashion magazine British Vogue. The exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London, sponsored by Leon Max, showcases an incredible range of photography, more than 280 images, commissioned by the glossy magazine since it was founded in 1916. The famous faces include Kate Moss, Princess Diana, Charlie Chaplin, Fred Astaire, David Hockney and the latest cover model... Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. The exhibition runs from February 11 to May 22, 2016,
Super model Claudia Schiffer on a motorcycle in a photo titled "Limelight Nights" by Helmut Newton taken in 1973.
In this photo taken by Tim Walker, a model riding a yak on marsh, wears Giles Deacon goat hair jacket, Isabel Marant goat fur jacket worn as headpiece, Emma Roach goat hair trousers, fur boots, heavy blush, fashion shoot and travel diary in Mongolia.
British Vogue began in 1916 when World War I forced the halt of shipments of American Vogue to England. Adapting to the times, publisher Conde Nast decided to create a British edition.
The exhibition focuses not just on the famous people in front of the camera such as Moss, but the famous photographers whose work has been commissioned and published by the influential fashion publication such as Irving Penn, Helmut Newton and Mario Testino.
Testino was Princess Diana's favorite photographer. An image of her is included in the exhibit.