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I would like to be in Vogue, and have my dresses up for sale in Vogue. To me, that would be the ultimate dream come true.

Wilhelmina Cooper, 1961. Dutch born, she was one of the highest paid models of the 1960s. At the peak of her success she founded her own agency, Wilhelmina Models in New York.

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Vogue March 1961. EDITOR: Ailsa Garland COVER photographer: David Bailey MODEL: Penny Noel

February 1988 EditorElizabeth Tilberis CoverDavid Bailey ModelChristy Turlington Prev Issue Next Issue Christy Turlington wears a peacock organza shirt and saffron jersey top by Rifat Ozbek. and wears make-up by Estee Lauder. Hair: Mark Garrison for Jean Louis David. Make-up: Cheryl Phelps-Gardiner

February 2006 Elise Crombez wears a broderie anglaise dress, £585, from Luella. All make-up by Givenchy. Hair: Sam McKnight. Make-up: Kay Montano. Nails: Elsa Deslande. Fashion editor: Kate Phelan. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier.

Old Vogue cover, January 1961 / Capa retrô da Vogue, Janeiro 1961.

February 1987 Editor Anna Wintour, Cover David Bailey, Model Cindy Crawford Vogue looks at the British designer stars of 1987, including Jasper Conran, Rifat Ozbek, Alistair Blair, Victor Edelstein and Katharine Hamnett.