Vogue is a top American fashion magazine with a history of innovation. Founded in 1892 by Arthur Baldwin Turnure, an American business man, it began as a small newspaper. Throughout the years, Vogue has become an industry standard. From its Supermodels covers to its transition to celebrities, the American publication has led the way. Much of the success is due to a great team of professionals including the likes of former editor in Chief Diana Vreeland, creative director Grace Coddington, and reigning editor and Conde Nast artistic director Anna Wintour.