I've always preferred Vogue to the cheaper fashion magazines, especially the more recent ones, which only ever seem to focus on celebrity "style" rather than design. I don't often think celebrities are half as stylish as the magazines would have us believe...
Anyway, when I was younger, I was obsessed with fashion, and wanted to be a designer, but was over-ruled by my parents about my choice of university degree.(Source: http://shashagucci.blog.163.com/blog/static/253789372009340543682/)
I got my own back later - a bit - when I ran my own shop for some years, designing and making clothes to order, but I wasn't in the same league as Karl Lagerfeld, or Stella McCartney!
At that time, though, I used to spend a fortune on copies of fashion magazines, including French Vogue, L'Uomo Vogue and Elle.
I still have a huge collection of British Vogue magazines from the late '70s and '80s, including this one, which features Janice Dickinson on the cover - before she ruined her looks with plastic surgery!(Source: http://www.fashiontrenddigest.com/foto_fn_1.asp?ID=511)
Maybe it's my age - but, nowadays, I'm just as likely to be found buying Elle Deco as Vogue, and drooling over furniture, instead of clothes. I don't know what's wrong with me!(Source: http://www.sargadelos.com/actualidade/novas.php?lg=ing)
I haven't completely given up my love of fashion, though, as now I'm addicted to Carine Roitfeld's new magazine, which she set up after leaving French Vogue.(Source: http://www.iwanttobearoitfeld.com/journal/2013/1/30/cr-fashion-book-hush-little-baby-dont-you-cry.html)
The best thing about Carine's look book is that you can read it online, here, for free!