Vogue became a magazine that valued high-quality photos, a focus that continues to evolve. British Vogue Editor, Alexandra Shulman states “In an average issue [of Vogue] there are over 400 images.” Part of the appeal of reading Vogue is for the escapism it offers. Whilst the luxury fashion is targeted towards a wealthy audience, the magazine itself is not costly, meaning the average person can daydream and fantasise about a lifestyle that is portrayed as a dream. The high-quality photos featuring beautiful models in a sunny luxury resort, creates an aura for which the consumer longs. By having more photos than interviews, it allows our minds to transport ourselves to the appealing location and lifestyle Vogue is selling.