Editors Of American Vogue Vogue x Music

Last updated: August 3, 2023

Vogue has been in print since 1905, so the publication has seen it all when it comes to the fashion of the music industry. This gorgeous coffee table book will take you through the best styles of singers and songwriters over time.

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Key Takeaway: Enhance both your fashion know-how and your home decor with this attractive book.

In our analysis of 13 expert reviews, the Editors Of American Vogue Vogue x Music placed 4th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Vogue has always been on the cutting edge of popular culture, and Vogue x Music shows us why. Whether they’re contemporary stars or classic idols, whether they made digital albums or vinyl records, the world’s most popular musicians have always graced the pages of Vogue. In this book you’ll find unforgettable portraits of Madonna beside David Bowie, Kendrick Lamar, and Patti Smith; St. Vincent alongside Debbie Harry, and much more. Spanning the magazine’s 126 years, this breathtaking book is filled with the work of acclaimed photographers like Richard Avedon and Annie Leibovitz as well as daring, music-inspired fashion portfolios from Irving Penn and Steven Klein. Excerpts from essential interviews with rock stars, blues singers, rappers, and others are included on nearly every page, capturing exactly what makes each musician so indelible. Vogue x Music is a testament to star power, and proves that some looks are as timeless as your favorite albums.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

I almost immediately dismissed it for lack of substance because, well, it was Vogue. So glad I opened it, it turned out to be fantastic!
In the end it is a beautiful book overflowing with beautiful images of many of today’s musical personalities.
Apart from the well-known musical personalities, what I like most about the book is the non-hierarchical, non-chronological arrangement, which helps to put the art of photography front and centre and offers the opportunity to closely inspect how e.g. Richard Avedon, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot captured the essence of musicians through their unique lenses.

What reviewers didn't like

I will resist the urge to deduct points for the totally not necessary inclusion of Kim Kardashian.
As far as the text and context, well that that leaves a lot to be desired as none of it offers a hell of a lot of insight as to the true roots of the category of images. It will make for a perfect coffee table book for the pop star inclined but the text can easily be done without.
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