Competition: Tickets, catalogue and postcards to Vogue 100

Start the year in style by getting to know Vogue's original photography.

Cecil Beaton, David Hockney, Peter Schlesinger and Maudie James, 1968 © The Condé Nast Publications Ltd

Cecil Beaton, David Hockney, Peter Schlesinger and Maudie James, 1968

In 1916, due to paper shortages and restrictions on overseas shipping in America, Condé Nast decided to create a special edition of Vogue for Britain. Since then, the magazine has debuted century-defining designs, featured cultural icons, and has earned a reputation as ‘the fashion bible’.

Vogue 100: A Century of Style at the National Portrait Gallery celebrates 100 years of British Vogue, and runs from 11 February until 22 May.  Over 280 prints are brought together to showcase the range of photography that has been commissioned by the magazine. On display are photographs of Francis Bacon, Lucien Freud, Damien Hirst among many other prominent cultural figures.

We are giving you the chance to win two tickets to this exceptional exhibition, the accompanying catalogue and a beautiful box of postcards. To enter, simply answer the question below and read the terms and conditions. You have until 23.59 on 15 January.

 

Venue details

National Portrait Gallery St Martin's Place London WC2H 0HE 020 7306 0055 www.npg.org.uk

Entry details

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