Vogue? Harper’s Bazaar? What’s the difference? We think Harper’s Bazaar is Vogue’s naughty sister. The photography in Harper’s Bazaar is slightly more edgy and therefore a somewhat more interesting - to us. More stuff we haven’t seen yet. This may very well have to do with the magazines DNA which has been defined by great ones in the business like the eccentric and witty fashion editor Diana Vreeland (inventor of the word ‘pizzazz’) and reknown fashion photographer Richard Avedon. Harper’s Bazaar or Vogue - let’s not make it a contest, embrace Harper’s Bazaar Greatest Hits, celebrating Glenda Bailey’s first decade of as editor-in-chief, as well as all the inspiring Vogue titles.
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