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Vogue

leading fashion magazine in France and America. [Fr. and Amer. Culture: Misc.]
See: Fashion
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MODEL Vogue Williams looked the wheel deal as she launched the world's first Coca Cola Christmas Jumper Car.
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NEWLY-SINGLE Vogue Williams was back at work yesterday - just days after announcing her split from husband Brian McFadden.
En Vogue is an IT managed service provider with particular expertise in Office 365.
Kim has scored yet another Vogue Magazine cover and this time she's doing it solo.
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The two Conde Nast-owned magazines Vogue and Glamour have announced the hiring of new associate publishers.
Meter, who has written many Vogue profiles on celebrities including Lindsey Lohan, Lady Gaga, Oprah Winfrey and Gwen Stefani among others, posted a review of the Vogue issue by the blog Magazine Review and added that while the cover story of Vogue is entertaining, the main attraction of the issue would be the 'Follow Me' by him and photographed by Mario Testino.
THE Vogue Festival took place in London at the weekend, with some of the most influential figures in fashion taking to the stage to discuss the industry today.
Kanye West's dreams of having fiancee Kim Kardashian featured on the cover of style bible Vogue have finally come true.
It follows Vogue Cafe as the second partnership between Conde Nast International Restaurants and Inspired Lifestyle.