Shutterstock has struck an unique editorial partnership with Condé Nast to characterize The Condé Nast Collection – one of the crucial necessary and traditionally vital archives on this planet.
The partnership offers Shutterstock’s international clients entry to photographs, illustrations, and journal covers, courting again to 1892, offering a chronicle of trend’s most prolific moments and nonetheless to be found content material.
The Condé Nast Archive is a digital time capsule of the twentieth century, as seen by acclaimed photographers’ eyes, together with Edward Steichen, Horst P. Horst, Cecil Beaton, John Rawlings, Bert Stern, and Arthur Elgort, and can kind a part of Shutterstock’s archive, The Vault.
The archive content material gives limitless alternatives for genuine storytelling for manufacturers, manufacturing, and the media. The collection additionally acts as a incredible academic software, making historical past accessible and provoking to all. The pull of nostalgia has intensified over the past 12 months – as shoppers look to bask in and discover consolation from yesteryear, the Condé Nast collection opens limitless alternatives for content material creators to reply to this cultural demand.
The collection will kind a part of Shutterstock Editorial’s archive, The Vault, which has over 50 million belongings throughout picture and video, making it one of many largest picture and video archives on this planet. From the primary subject of Vogue printed on December 17, 1892, Roaring ‘20s parties hosted in Condé Nast’s house at 1040 Park Avenue in New York City, to portraits of Coco Chanel and Twiggy, this collection gives a glimpse into transformative trend and design moments, as seen by the eyes of acclaimed photographers, together with Edward Steichen, Horst P. Horst, Cecil Beaton, John Rawlings, Bert Stern and Arthur Elgort.
“The Condé Nast Collection is synonymous with style, elegance, glamor and ingenuity, with every visual telling a story about the evolution of fashion and culture,” mentioned Candice Murray, VP of Editorial at Shutterstock. “We are delighted to partner with Condé Nast as caretakers of this exceptional archive, providing Shutterstock’s customers with exclusive access to one of the most premium collections in the fashion and lifestyle space.”
“The Condé Nast Archive is a virtual time capsule of the 20th century. Covering fashion, design, beauty, travel, food, and the arts, it is an unparalleled offering of some of the most important images ever created for publication,” mentioned Ivan Shaw, Corporate Photography Director at Condé Nast. “We are elated to bring this historically significant and visually stunning collection to Shutterstock, an innovator in the creative content industry with unequivocal reach.”