PhotoVogue: Could you be the next great fashion image maker?

It’s a natural step for PhotoVogue to launch its first open global call for the next great fashion image makers: There are 26 editions of Vogue around the world, each with its own unique aesthetic and style, all united in the pursuit of excellence while creating timeless fashion. pictures. Respecting this diversity and working towards a common goal is how vogue has secured a pioneering role worldwide in visual communication, and this first open global call will be an ode to both our differences and our commonalities in approaches to creating fashion images.

We want our community to grow and include artists expressing themselves through all kinds of media, which is why the call is multimedia: we are looking for artists who express themselves through photography, video or both, and everything anyone can apply – the only requirement is that applicants must be 18 years of age or older.

Submissions will be evaluated by Condé Nast staff around the world, as well as experts from the wider international visual community. With judges drawn from as many different backgrounds as possible, PhotoVogue will build an inclusive and diverse vision with space for all types of visual aesthetics, from realistic to fantastical, documentary to glamorous and dreamy. Not only will all Vogues around the world publish a portfolio of the best submissions, but some artists will also be selected to collaborate on an editorial, and the most talented will be part of the main exhibition at the PhotoVogue Festival 2022 in Milan.

In the past, PhotoVogue has helped launch the careers of many artists internationally by featuring them in vogue Italia and on its website, showcasing their work in exhibitions and collaborations in branded content with leading brands. To name a few, Kennedi Carter, Camila Falquez, Nadine Ijewere, Mous Lamrabat and Sonia Szostak are among the artists supported by PhotoVogue who have ended up shooting the covers of Vogue editions around the world. Now that we are globally engaging all editions of vogue Around the world, opportunities to showcase artists from different backgrounds, countries and aesthetics have multiplied. You could be one of the new voices that will shape not only our brand identity, but also our culture.

With this open call, we are looking for visions that push the boundaries of today’s fashion landscape. We want to shine a light on the next generation of socially responsible fashion image makers, artists who are driving change and whose work can engage in dialogue with different genres, from documentary to art. We are looking for artists who can address issues related to social justice and sustainability in powerful and dynamic images and films. Fashion has become a common language and one of the main tools for building identity, and vogue, through his photographs and stories, has always addressed his intersection with socio-political issues by raising questions, embracing innovation and even influencing change. We are committed to leading the way for the next generation of fashion image makers, and we would love for you to join us.

How to submit an application:

We are looking for artists who express themselves through photography, video or both, and anyone can apply: the only requirement is that applicants must be at least 18 years old.

Each candidate will be able to submit a maximum of 10 fashion images of a project and up to 3 fashion videos or a multimedia project made with photos and videos.

Unpublished work or photos/videos taken for a previously published editorial are permitted. It can be a project with a documentary tendency or closer to the escape. There are no limits to creativity: the important thing is that the project expresses your vision of fashion and your unique and personal point of view.

The open call will take place on Picture from April 4 to June 25 and admission is completely free.

Submissions will be evaluated by Condé Nast staff from around the world and visual experts from the wider international visual community from as diverse backgrounds as possible, forming an inclusive and multi-faceted perspective. Jury members include stylist Ib Kamara, Vogue global creative director Juan Costa Paz and British vogue fashion director Julia Sarr-Jamois.

Michael C. Garrison