http://www.vogue.co.uk For those who are unsure as to what this site is, it is basically an online version of Vogue magazine, which is updated almost daily to ensure that all information etc is as current and up to date as it can possibly be. Vogue magazine itself is 1 of the major fashion magazines that no decent follower of fashion would be without. I have always found that while there are some great stories and features, the amount of adverts is ridiculous. It was almost like every second page was an advert, which always made me annoyed. Having paid around £4 for the magazine, surely it wasn't unreasonable to assume that it would be filled with reading material, rather than advertising?! The website has several sections (News, Spy, Fashion, Trends, Blogs, Vogue TV, Beauty, Jewellery and Magazine) so there is something for everyone, making it hard not to find something that will interest you. Having said that, I was really disappointed to see that there are almost (perhaps even more!) as many adverts as the magazine! If you are looking for the most up to date photo's of fashion shows, information on what's hot and what's not and exclusive interviews, then this is the site for you - if you can ignore all the advertising then this is a great way to save money, don't buy the magazine, just look at Vogue online! 3 stars simply because of all the adverts.
Vogue.co.uk is the ultimate fashionista website which partners the stylish fashion bible the British Vogue. The website is split into 9 sections - News, Spy, Fashion, Trends, Blogs, Vogue TV, Beauty, Jewellery and Magazine. These are the main sections that provide the meat for the front page which covers most things including breaking news, features, Street smart as well as some very fashionable adverts. The advertising mirrors the kind that you would normally find in the magazine. The news section covers: Todays News Vogue.com loves - best stories and fashion Today in History News Archive Competitions - try your luck. The Spy section covers: People & Parties - covers all the best parties and the best dressed Street Chic - roving cameras pick the best fashion on the streets. Who's Who - everything you need to know about all the top designers, models and vogue stars. The Fashion Shows section covers: this section covers all the shows from all the major fashion capitals of the world with catwalk reports and photos, backstage photos, front row photos, everything you need to keep your self fashionably up to date. Trends section covers: Everything in fashion and beauty trends that will keep you ahead of the fash pack. The Blogs section covers: This covers a vogue and beauty blog giving you an up to date take on fashion, parties and trends. Celeb blogs are also covered recently Savannah Miller, Paul Smith and designer Lara Bohinc among others blogged for the vogue.co.uk website - a must read to keep you on trend. The Vogue TV sections covers: All the latest footage from fashions front line is part of the this section! The Beauty section covers: Beauty Trends Beauty News Beauty Galleries Beauty Experts The Jewellery Section covers: Jewellery News Jewellery Galleries The Magazine section covers Current Issue - all things about the latest issue of Vogue magazine on the newstands Cover Archive - check out all the old covers and models - a must see. Subscribe The site also provides links to all the other Conde Nast magazines in the UK and Vogues from around the world. This is a must see website for anyone who is interested in being fully informed on fashion - sign up for the daily email to keep you smack bang up to date.
Vogue is a fashion based magazine that's full to the brim with advertising. The online version is pretty much the same. You an get 'V Mail', and you're also prompted to sign up with those annoying pop up windows. What I really found funny about Vogue is that they have a camera rigged up by the front door with a view pointing at reception. Man! The first time I looked there were three people, then it flashed again (because it reloads every 15 seconds), and the poor security guy was sat there all by his lonesome. And again, and again.. I would've thought that Vogue could of come up with a little bit more interesting on their cameras!