|Then: Vogue January 1981|
The obvious differences are in the appearance of the magazine. The lay out is more like a newspaper with small articles and advertisements on each page. Most of the features are printed in black and white, with some adverts and photoshoots printed in colour. Perhaps this accounts for the lower price as it's cheaper to print in black and white than in colour. The magazine also includes many fashion illustrations which is something we don't see very often in modern magazines. I like the use of illustration as it makes the link between the fashion and art worlds more prominent and gives variety to a publication by using multiple medias.
|Now: Vogue January 2014|
Within the magazine there are some key differences between