Let's take a peek at the numbers, shall we? Anna Wintour, Vogue's editor-in chief (and noted Ice Bucket Challenge accepter) has attended 3,000 fashion shows during her 26-year tenure at the magazine. That's about 115 per year — no wonder she never has time to step-and-repeat for the street-style photographers.
And, your dude friends might have a secret they're keeping. Turns out that, while only 12% of Vogue's print readers are male, a whopping 42% of its online readers are. Don't be ashamed, men — we love those Bieber and Kardashian-studded party slideshows, too.
Most stunning of all was the story of Vogue's first-ever cover model. Her name was Toto Koopman, and she was "a biracial, bisexual model-turned-spy" who appeared on the cover of the August 1933 issue — and whose biography we will be searching out, stat.
Head over to T Magazine for lots more facts and figures that prove Vogue has been too fabulous for life since its very earliest days. (T Magazine)