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Condé Nast Italy unlocks its Vogue archive for free

Get three months of Vogue, GQ, Wired, AD, La Cucina Italiana and Traveller for free!In order to

This from Condé Nast: In a show of solidarity with its readers in a very difficult time, Condé Nast Italy has introduced a series of initiatives.
The first of these involves brand Vanity Fair. A special issue dedicated to Milan and Italy was published last week, which is being distributed for free to newsstands in Lombardy. It is also available for the rest of the country in a digital format.
Then the publishing company, headed up by Fedele Usai, is offering readers free digital magazines for the next three months across each of the company’s brands: Vogue, GQ, Wired, AD, La Cucina Italiana and Traveller.
To get your free editions, follow the instructions given on the magazines’ websites and use the associated apps the brands free of charge. You can also follow the video courses of the La Cucina Italiana Cooking School for free.
From today, readers can also access the Vogue Italia archive completely free of charge.
The Vogue Archive is a digital fashion archive, inaugurated in 2013 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Vogue Italia. A valuable repository, the archive holds the entire history of the magazine. Features, photography, articles, advertising campaigns and much more are all available. All are meticulously cataloged and easy to look up, thanks to the most advanced search technology.
From today, this vast wealth of material is available to all, free of charge, for three months. To enjoy it, just go to http://archivio.vogue.it/, click on ‘Subscribers’ and select the ‘Full Archive’ option. Once you’ve registered your account by entering the promotional code VARCHIVE4YOU, you will have full access to the archive and to Vogue Portfolio, where you can carry out unlimited searches and print high-resolution images.

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