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The original Vogue, which was launched in the 1880s, was much more focused on high-end fashion and lifestyle content. They also had a very distinctive graphics sense in designing their covers. The covers a modern looking for their age, minimal and imbued with the esthetics of Japanese wood prints (even down to dividing the images into halves rather than along the Golden Proportion of the West).
These images are from the Vintage Everyday post The Art of Vogue Covers. There are more examples at the link.