‘Vogue Runway’ Has Launched, Replacing Style.com

Vogue and Style.com have joined fashion forces to create Vogue Runway, a one-stop online destination that hosts over 1 million runway photos, videos and street style snaps.

Every fashion show documented on Style.com since 2000 is featured on the new VogueRunway.com, including a rich archive of runway, detail, backstage, and front row pictures. It’s truly a fashionista’s dream.

Vogue Runway director and former Style.com Executive Editor Nicole Phelps announced the transition Monday, saying:

“Vogue.com has been reporting on fashion shows since Day One, of course, but we’re about to get behind them in a whole new way, expanding our coverage to more than 450 collections each season, adding international Fashion Weeks to the schedule, and bringing menswear into the mix. What’s more, our archive will extend all the way back to the Spring 2000 shows, and will include more than 1 million runway, detail, backstage, and front-row pictures, not to mention thousands of videos and the most thorough array of street style photographs anywhere.”

The homepage of Vogue Runway
The homepage of Vogue Runway

Use the “Fashion Show Finder” to search by season and designer to find your favorite runway show, while street style, models, designers, trends and resort 2016 have their own designated tabs.

Users can also read articles from acclaimed fashion journalists, such as Lynn Yaeger, Sarah Mower, Luke Leitch, and Maya Singer, who will all frequently contribute to the site.

Meanwhile, Style.com plans to transition into an e-commerce platform for all of its publications starting early 2016.

In celebration of Vogue Runway, Vogue is granting readers the chance to read every September issue of the magazine since 1893 at the Vogue Archive (log in with runway@vogue.com and the password “runway”) through Labor Day weekend.

Visit VogueRunway.com to start searching.

Source: Vogue

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