Vogue Italia Has Made It's Archives Free To Support Self Isolaters

Now this is some Covid-19 related news we can say ciao to


As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to escalate globally, the news can seem to be dominated by doom and despair. But, the outbreak of the virus has also worked to highlight some of the best of human nature, with many organizations and brands rushing to assist in the containment of the illness; the likes of LVHM and Prada have already announced their initiatives to help support the global effort in fighting the disease. 

One of the countries hardest hit by Coronavirus is Italy, which is currently experiencing the worst infection rates in Europe. And to help the nation’s 60million residents through their ongoing quarantine, yesterday the infamous Vogue Italia announced that they would be making their entire archive collection accessible free of charge. 

Announcing the news on Instagram, the publication described their move as ‘a small gesture to give something back’. Their extensive back catalog can now be accessed online, in an attempt to help ease the monotony of being isolated for many. 

The infamous magazine is beloved far beyond the borders of Italy, and until 13th June every issue from 1964 to today is available to be accessed online. Their intelligently indexed records can even be searched by designer, brand and more, making it easy for you to explore the 50+ years worth of fashion gold. 

So, whether you’re self-isolating or still at work, head to the Vogue Italia website to find out how to delve into the depths of the fashiony goodness. 

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