The first edition of the publication will be issued in a circulation of 160,000 copies.
German photographer Jürgen Teller made the cover of the first issue of Polish Vogue, writes It’s Nice That. The heroines of the cover — the models Anja Rubik and Malgosia Bela — are imprinted next to the GAZ-24 Volga car against the backdrop of the 237-meter Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science.
In addition to the cover, Teller also shot portraits of several politicians and artists who play an important role in the formation of Polish culture — this is the topic of the first issue of the magazine.
Poland became the 23rd country in which the magazine Vogue will be published. The main editor was Philip Niedenthal, formerly head of the Polish Esquire. The first issue of Vogue will be issued in 160,000 copies.