Contacting Vogue Customer Service Center
Vogue is the fashion company with attitude. A part of the Conde Nast parent company, Vogue is prevalent both online and offline – as is the case with all Conde Naste publications. Vogue is often considered the trendsetting publication where men and women go to see just how they should dress today.Click here to leave a comment about your customer service experience.
Vogue’s print publication dominates the contact information we found online. From a company standpoint, contacting Vogue typically requires going through Conde Nast though there is some dedicated information specifically for Vogue customer service.
Phone Contact Numbers
Vogue customer service, for print publications, is best reached via phone. You can call to renew your membership, speak with a representative about charges on your credit card or sign up for a new membership using the contact phone number.
- Vogue Phone Number: 1-800-234-2347
- Corporate: 1-212-286-2860
If you want to write to Vogue, you’re going to have to address that letter to Conde Nast’s corporate office in New York. The Vogue office is located in the corporate building.
VogueAttn: Customer Servicec/o Conde Nast4 Times SquareNew York, NY 10036
You can find Vogue customer service online at http://www.vogue.com. The site allows visitors to read most of the print articles, sign up for a copy of the print magazine or contact Vogue.
Vogue is a trendy fashion company, so that means active social media pages. You can contact Vogue customer service by visiting either of these pages and sending along a message. Your response will appear on the social page or in your email if you’ve signed up for email communication from the social network.
Customer Service Email
If you have a simple question for Vogue customer service or you want to get your thoughts out about a specific issue or article in Vogue print or online, contact an agent by email.
- Customer Service: http://www.vogue.com/contact/
If the matter is financial; regarding charges on your credit card, renewal issues or the like, do NOT include your bank account, credit card or debit card information on the email form. Wait for a response from the customer service agent or call customer service for sensitive financial issues.
The number for Vogue customer service is not listed on the Vogue website. We found a customer care page for Vogue magazine. The line is voice-activated that requires you to speak the issue you’re having to progress the call. We pressed 0 to skip the automated system and list of options. Our call was transferred to hold immediately where we waited about one minute for an agent. The Vogue representative walked us through the various subscription offers available to new customers without pushing for us to buy.