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Vogue Will Soon Release a Furniture Line

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Vogue is a magazine, a website, a podcast, and soon a furniture line, Refinery29 reports. The magazine has a 30-piece Vogue Living collection in the works with furniture brand Dorya, so you'll be able to buy a Vogue coffee table to display your tasteful stack of back issues.

The collection launches in October, and it's just the beginning of Vogue's foray into lifestyle goods — Furniture Today has it that other licensing partnerships with the Vogue Living lifestyle brand are in the works. No pricing info or photographs are available yet for the first furniture collection.

"The launch of Vogue Living allows the Vogue brand to extend its fashion authority and style expertise into the home," Cathy Glosser, senior vice president of licensing for Condé Nast, said in a statement. "The collection will bring the pages of the magazine to life –taking inspiration from fashion to identify new interior design trends while also adding the Vogue touch to classic interior design."

It's not like Vogue is the first magazine Condé Nast has spun off into products. Self-branded high-end frozen meals come to mind, and R29 brings up Teen Vogue's line of bedsheets.

It does feel a little weird though that the company Vogue is partnering with for this venture also worked with The Donald to bring the Trump Home by Dorya furniture line to life. Trump aside, the Vogue furniture line better faithfully recreate Anna Wintour's desk and office decor.