Our First Vogue Cover
We are excited to announce that VOGUE Magazine has used our Paris Typeface Lowercase g on the special issue - It girl Style.
Starring Gigi Hadid, Selena Gomez, Kendall Jenner, Lupita, cara delevingne, Rihanna, Zendaya and many more!
Vogue’s relationship with typeface is a devoted one. Vogue’s logo has evolved over the decades, remaining loyal to Didot’s Didone style since 1955 thus creating brand awareness in fashion typography. The Terminal Design Group has been responsible for updating the sans-serif lettering since 2004; the most recent update being in 2015. Vogue’s passion and panache for typeface capitals, a la the logo, is featured heavily throughout the layout of the magazine, always perfectly embodying it’s high fashion sensibilities.
Moshik Nadav Typography has secured its place as a font innovating powerhouse over recent years. Their tireless pursuit of typeface perfection has taken the fashion world by storm, with luxury brands and high fashion magazines falling in love with Paris Pro Typeface and Lingerie Typeface. It’s been their ultimate ambition to grace the pages of Vogue after already being featured on the pages of leading fashion magazines such as GQ, Elle, L'Officiel, Fast Company, and winning the hearts of Estee Lauder and Victoria's Secret, to name but a few.
That day has arrived! Vogue is featuring Paris Typeface lowercase “g” as a focal point of their special issue on It Girls, featuring the incredible Gigi Hadid on the front cover. It’s used extensively throughout the spread of power players including Kendall Jenner, Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Cara Delevingne and many more. Our lowercase “g” custom typography is made even more eye-catching and impactful in pillar box red and gives the feature the contemporary focus that’s intended for this cover story. We are honored and thrilled to be part of such an influential feature. Explore our high-end fashion fonts and find the custom typeface that’s right for you and your next project.