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'Vogue Paris' Celebrates its 95th Anniversary

Kate Moss, Kendall Jenner, Gisèle Bündchen and Christy Turlington cover the issue.

This year marks the 95th anniversary of Vogue‘s Parisian imprint and the publication is set to mark to occasion in grand style. The October 2015 issue will be highlighted by a total of four different covers: Kate Moss shot by Mert & Marcus, Kendall Jenner by David Sims, Gisèle Bündchen by Mario Testino and Christy Turlington by Inez & Vinoodh. Furthermore, the special 472-page issue will see a massive print run of 220,000 copies — up 50% over last year’s October issue. Inside, the magazine features a bevy of archival images, the reflections of Italian photographer Franco Rubartelli and shots of legends like Catherine Deneuve — who holds the record for most Vogue Paris covers.

The 95th anniversary issue of Vogue Paris hits newsstands September 29.

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