There are models, and then there are Vogue models. As the world's leading fashion magazine, Vogue has been the ultimate style authority since its inception in 1892, ruling what and who is in style. Women deemed worthy of the magazine's "cover girl" status were catapulted into international recognition and fashion prominence. Vogue Model: The Faces of Fashion (published by Little Brown Book Group in December) traces the stories behind the iconic women who have made up Vogue's history, and by extension, part of our cultural and style fabric. From Gisele Bündchen to Naomi Campbell, a look at the famous faces in Vogue throughout the years.