The picture of high fashion
Conde Nast publications have showcased the talents of many of the world's most stylish photographers. Included are images from the archives of Vogue, Vanity Fair and Gourmet, along with the many other Conde Nast publications.
The specially edited collection of photographs, available to worldwide clients for the first time on a digital basis, can be licensed from Corbis for editorial use. The partnership provides Conde Nast with a worldwide digital distribution system for its photographic archive that will make it significantly easier for customers to not only access and review the collection but to license pictures from one of the world's pre-eminent photographic collections. And it offers Corbis' professional customers a rich selection of some of the greatest fashion, celebrity, and lifestyle photography, which was originally featured in publications such as Vogue(R), Vanity Fair(R), House & Garden(R), and Glamour(R), and others that were previously unavailable digitally. This new opportunity opens up the Conde Nast Archive to more editorial clients than ever before.
The Conde Nast Archive, with a collection dating back to 1892, is one of the finest resources in the publishing world. The selection of photography that will be available to Corbis' customers features work by such giants as Edward Steichen, Horst P. Horst, Cecil Beaton, John Rawlings, George Hoyningen-Huene, Toni Frissell, Henry Clarke, and many others. A few thousand images from the Conde Nast Archive, specially edited by Corbis to showcase the most desirable works.
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