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Vogue is a fashion and lifestyle magazine published in nine countries by Condé Nast Publications. The American version of Vogue is edited by Anna Wintour, an Englishwoman who is a longtime resident of New York City. Each month, Vogue publishes a magazine based entirely on fashion, life and design. Vogue is so named because it is said to suggest transient impermanent fashionability.




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