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Vogue 100: A Century of Style exclusive product range at the National Portrait Gallery

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Vogue 100 book


It's probably already in the diary of lovers of vintage fashion and photography but the Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition opens at London's National Portrait Gallery this week – and with it comes a delectable range of products available to buy from their shop. 

The exhibition features over 280 prints from the Cond√© Nast archive, celebrating the story of British Vogue since it was founded in 1916. That of course brings with it an astonishing array of styles and fashions to be explored. 

While real aficionados will probably want to pick up a copy of the official exhibition book, pictured above and written by Robin Muir, there are plenty more products to pick from. Love Art Deco style? Then check out Andrea Garland's stylish lip balm cases, inspired by designs from the 1920s and 1930s, or the cushion that uses a 1932 photograph by Edward Steichen, shown below.

Fans of fifties glamour should check out the scarves commissioned from Karen Mabon, while it's the fun of the swinging sixties – specially a cover from 1961 – which has inspired the eye-catching earrings by designer Patricia Nicolas, also shown below. 

There's plenty to pick from, and there's something suitable for all budgets.

Prices for the range start at just £1.50

See the full range online

1960s vogue earrings


Vogue 1932 cushion



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