Famous Vogue Quotes On Fashion, Style, Life

These vogue quotes will inspire you. Vogue is the prevailing fashion or style at a particular time or popular; fashionable.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging vogue quotes, vogue sayings, and vogue proverbs.

Best Vogue Quotes

  1. “If Botticelli were alive today he’d be working for Vogue.” ~ Peter Ustinov
  2. “I would like just one time to be on the cover of Italian Vogue.” ~ Adriana Lima
  3. “Most people know no other way of judging men’s worth but by the vogue they are in, or the fortunes they have met with.” ~ Francois de La Rochefoucauld
  4. “Surely the vogue of those twisted and contorted human figures must be as short as it is artificial.” ~ Harriet Monroe

  5. “Fashion is a reflection of our times. Fashion can tell you everything that’s going on in the world with a strong fashion image.” ~ Anna Wintour , Vogue quotes on fashion
  6. “Vogue’ is the best of everything that fashion can offer, and I think we point the way. We are, you know, a glamorous girlfriend.” ~ Anna Wintour
  7. “When I die I want to go to Vogue.” ~ David Bailey
  8. “It is charming to totter into vogue.” ~ Horace Walpole

  9. “There are vogues and fashions in jurisprudence as in literature and art and dress.” ~ Benjamin Cardozo
  10. “I think you are born chic. You cannot be chic. It is something you cannot learn.” ~ Carine Roitfeld
  11. “I’ve been very lucky to put women that I sincerely admire on the cover of ‘Vogue:’ the then First Lady and now Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and, more recently, First Lady Michelle Obama. Those were benchmarks for the magazine, and certainly covers that I’ve been very, very proud of.” ~ Anna Wintour
  12. “So many women just don’t know how great they really are. They come to us all vogue outside and vague on the inside.” ~ Mary Kay Ash

  13. “Vogue is not a practical magazine, it provides sensations, feeling, moods, you like the photos.” ~ Franca Sozzani
  14. “My introduction to photography and a lot of how I developed aesthetically was through ’50s and early-’60s fashion magazines like Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue.” ~ Patti Smith
  15. “It’s always about timing. If it’s too soon, no one understands. If it’s too late, everyone’s forgotten.” ~ Anna Wintour
  16. “I’ve always known that I’m a little out of vogue.” ~ Kevin Costner

  17. “Vogue Magazine does something really interesting here: They make it look like I know exactly what I’m doing. Because Vogue made it look like I knew exactly what I’m doing, stores from all over started calling.” ~ Blake Mycoskie
  18. “When I was kid, I remember playing ‘Vogue’ by Madonna over and over and over again. And ah, you know, something about the beat was really cool, and Madonna, visually, was on TV all the time and I thought she was just so beautiful.” ~ Adam Lambert
  19. “Row on [whatever happens].
    [Lat., Vogue la galere.]” ~ Francois Rabelais
  20. “So rich people could go slumming? Come on, give me a break [it’s a] masturbatory fantasy for Anna Wintour and Vogue. They always go and try to co-opt what they can’t own. They try to co-opt authenticity and turn it into something boring.” ~ Legs McNeil
  21. “It’s like reading a book about a life that you will never occupy, but that’s the beauty of being transported.” ~ Sarah Jessica Parker

  22. “Why then should words challenge Eternity, When greatest men, and greatest actions die? Use may revive the obsoletest words, And banish those that now are most in vogue; Use is the judge, the law, and rule of speech.” ~ Horace
  23. “I don’t think anyone has ever been in a better place at a better time than I was when I was editor of Vogue. Vogue always did stand for people’s lives. I mean, a new dress doesn’t get you anywhere; it’s the life you’re living in the dress, and the sort of life you had lived before, and what you will do in it later. Like all great times, the sixties were about personalities.” ~ Diana Vreeland
  24. “I cut my hair short and it basically changed everything overnight. I was about 18 when I cut my hair off – the little pixie haircut. Nobody had short hair at the time. Literally overnight everything changed. I worked with Steven Meisel within a month and a half and I booked every show. Then I got a Vogue cover – my first Vogue – and that came out a few months later.” ~ Amber Valletta
  25. “They (fashion editors) have always been our secret weapon.” ~ Anna Wintour

  26. “In former days, when there were Whigs instead of Liberals, it was almost a rule of political life that all leading Whigs sould be uncles, brothers-in-law, or cousins to each other. This was pleasant and gave great consistency to the party; but the system has now gone out of vogue.” ~ Anthony Trollope
  27. “One should look forward rather than backwards.” ~ Anna Wintour
  28. “Mentoring is all about people – it’s about caring, about relationships and sensitivity. As it becomes increasingly in vogue it is becoming too formulated – concerned with performance metrics, critical success factors, investment and spending. It’ll be a disaster.” ~ Rene Carayol
  29. “It’s the mishaps that make it fun, and brings you the surprise.” ~ Anna Wintour

  30. “A short way into Teen Vogue I realized that teens see it as a guide for their lives and their careers, more than a place to teach them how to get boys. And they don’t ask us fashion advice questions; they’re too sophisticated. They’re inspired by what they see and they think, ‘These people at this magazine represent what I want to be, beyond shoes and makeup.'” ~ Amy Astley
  31. “Fashion … has brought every thing into vogue, by turns.” ~ Charles Caleb Colton
  32. “In slave times the Negro was kept subservient and submissive by the frequency and severity of the scourging, but, with freedom, a new system of intimidation came into vogue; the Negro was not only whipped and scourged; he was killed.” ~ Ida B. Wells
  33. “I was getting a lot of editorial, as in lots of pages in ‘Vogue,’ but it’s far more important to get your dresses on the back of a famous person. Charlotte Rampling in Bruce Oldfield. That sells.” ~ Bruce Oldfield
  34. “I almost cried the other day listening to ‘Vogue’ by Madonna.” ~ Rick Owens

  35. “Profit is the sole criterion used by the establishment to evaluate economic activity. From the rat race to lame ducks. The vocabulary in vogue is a give-away. It’s more reminiscent of a human menagerie than human society.” ~ Jimmy Reid
  36. “One of the most important reasons for studying history is that virtually every stupid idea that is in vogue today has been tried before and proved disastrous before, time and again.” ~ Thomas Sowell
  37. “Who are these bloggers? They’re not trained editors at Vogue magazine. There are bloggers writing recipes that aren’t tested that aren’t necessarily very good, or are copies of what really good editors have created and done. Bloggers create a kind of a popularity but they are not the experts. We have to understand that.” ~ Martha Stewart
  38. “If you try all different styles that are in vogue, I think you con yourself. Me, I just stick by my guns; I don’t want to play out of another man’s bag.” ~ Ben Webster

  39. “The aliens on this planet are also attempting to clone or replicate the human form artificially. Their original form, being humanoid, cannot pass the field that was established around the Earth. But if they can clone or cybernetically change their forms, it may help their designs. This is why virtual reality, cybernetics, cloning, and nanotechnology are in vogue today.” ~ Michael Tsarion
  40. “Something like small English films were in vogue you had something like The Crying Game and everyone piled into London and wanted to make small English movies.” ~ Eric Fellner
  41. “The red library is Sui’s tribute to fashion maven Diana Vreeland, who served as editor for Harper’s Bazaar (1939-1962) and Vogue (1963-1961). My most precious collection is my bound Vogue magazines, .. and they’re kind of like my Bible. I look at them all the time when I’m trying to inspire myself for a collection.” ~ Anna Sui
  42. “When I was having my hair and make-up done backstage at a fashion show, I would sneak in a copy of Dostoevsky and read it inside a copy of Elle or Vogue. But it would be pretentious of me to say I was more intelligent than the other supermodels.” ~ Carla Bruni
  43. “Unix is back in vogue.” ~ Murphy J. Foster, Jr.

  44. “It is not difficult to be a revolutionary when revolution has already broken out and is in spate, when all people are joining the revolution just because they are carried away, because it is the vogue, and sometimes even from careerist motives. It is far more difficult–and far more precious–to be a revolutionary when the conditions for direct, open, really mass and really revolutionary struggle do not yet exist.” ~ Vladimir Lenin
  45. “One wants to be surprised.” ~ Anna Wintour
  46. “There are so many startups out there raising money. I don’t think this is a bad thing. It’s a good thing. Entrepreneurship is in vogue. Innovators are innovating. Makers are making.” ~ Fred Wilson
  47. “We don’t vogue, we are ‘Vogue’.” ~ Linda Evangelista

  48. “Within two months I made the grand slam: covers of ‘American Vogue’, ‘Italian Vogue’, ‘British Vogue’, and ‘French Vogue’.” ~ Linda Evangelista
  49. “Joe Klein is the flower of American political journalism, a sharp raconteur who shows traces of the gonzo style that was in vogue when he was honing his craft at Rolling Stone back in the day.” ~ Thomas Frank
  50. “Welcome to Atlanta
    Jack and hammers and vogues
    Back to the mackin’ and jackin’ the clothes
    Adolescents packin the fo'” ~ Ludacris
  51. “I realize that protest paintings are not exactly in vogue, but I’ve done many.” ~ Robert Indiana

  52. “I submit that the traditional definition of psychiatry, which is still vogue, places it alongside such things as alchemy and astrology, and commits it to the category of pseudo-science.” ~ Thomas Szasz
  53. “I never was interested in being part of the fashion world – I just wanted to design shoes. I didn’t even know Vogue existed when I was growing up. Vogue, what is that?” ~ Christian Louboutin
  54. “Rhythm is born in all of us. To be a desirable dancing partner, you don’t have to do all the intricate fancy steps that happen to be in vogue. All you have to do is be a good average dancer, and anybody who spends the time and effort can accomplish this.” ~ Ginger Rogers
  55. “I didn’t even know Vogue existed when I was growing up.” ~ Christian Louboutin

  56. “At an early age I discovered the beauty in pictures in ‘Vogue’ magazine and Ebony magazine, and I would read ‘The New York Times.’ I had to make my own world within my world because I was an only child.” ~ Andre Leon Talley
  57. “Do you dance, Mr. Darcy?” Darcy: “Not if I can help it!” Sir William: “What a charming amusement for young people this is, Mr. Darcy! There is nothing like dancing, after all. I consider it as one of the first refinements of polished societies.” Mr. Darcy: “Certainly, sir; and it has the advantage also of being in vogue amongst the less polished societies of the world; every savage can dance.” ~ Jane Austen
  58. “I envied women with signature hair-dos, signature perfumes, signature sign-offs. Novelists who tell Vogue Magazine: “I can’t live without my Smythson notebook, Pomegranate Noir cologne by Jo Malone and Frette sheets”. In the grip of madness, materialism begins to look like an admirable belief system.” ~ Emma Forrest
  59. “All I did my first year at Vogue was Xerox.” ~ Vera Wang

  60. “My life isn’t theories and formulae. It’s part instinct, part common sense. Logic is as good a word as any, and I’ve absorbed what logic I have from everything and everyone… from my mother, from training as a ballet dancer, from Vogue magazine, from the laws of life and health and nature.” ~ Audrey Hepburn
  61. “What all these lofty and vague phrases boil down to is that the court can impose things that the voters don’t want and the Constitution does not require, but which are in vogue in circles to which the court responds.” ~ Thomas Sowell
  62. “No woman or girl is going to want to spend time looking at pretty dresses on the Internet. Vogue is going to be around for a long time to come.” ~ Felix Dennis
  63. “Is she going to, or has she done it? Has it happened? What is the story here?” ~ Vera Wang

  64. “As great as it is, ‘Vogue’ won’t change a designer’s business. But if an unknown brand is worn by a certain person in a tabloid, it will be the biggest designer within a week.” ~ Rachel Zoe
  65. “It’s not so much about powerful women. In some cases, there are stereotypes about women. I often don’t hear men talked about in the same way. It’s more a sexist stereotype than a powerful stereotype.” ~ Anna Wintour

Vogue is the quality or state of being popular at a certain time or something that is in fashion at a certain time.

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