Condé Nast Italy, after having made available to users and readers three months of free digital copies of Vogue, GQ, Wired, AD, La Cucina Italiana and Traveler, and the digital video courses of La Scuola de La Cucina Italia, also announces free access to Vogue Italia archives.
Vogue Archive, inaugurated in 2013 on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Vogue Italia, is a digital fashion archive. A precious container that contains the whole history of the magazine. Services, photos, articles, advertising campaigns and much more. All perfectly cataloged and easily accessible thanks to the most advanced search technologies.
From today this immense heritage is available to everyone, for free, for three months. To take advantage of it, just go to http:// archive.vogue.it/, click on Subscribe and select the Full Archive subscription method. After registering your account, entering the promotional code VARCHIVE4YOU you will have full access to the archive and Vogue Portfolio, make unlimited searches and print high resolution images.
"The Vogue Italia archive is the heart of our newspaper, our history and the compass for our future. By opening it for free to readers, Condé Nast gives them tickets for a wonderful journey through space and time. In fact, the works of the greatest photographers in the world will take them to fantastic places, to closely review the icons of at least three generations. It is a mine of freedom and beauty, which we hope will be comfort in these difficult days ” Emanuele Farneti, editor of Vogue Italia.