"Beauty's where you find it"
Of course, there is this video, which was responsible for bringing the "Vogue" style of dance from the runways of "Ball" competitions and onto the dance floors around the world:
According to Wikipedia (as of 27-Nov-2007), with the release of the music video for "Vogue:"
Madonna brought the hitherto underground "vogueing" culture into the mainstream with the release of her song (See Vogue_(song).
Meanwhile, Lady Bunny, a New York City night life personality, claims that it is not entirely clear who should be credited with bringing "Vogue" the dance form to the masses:
There are disputes over who first brought vogueing to the mainstream, but Willi definitely played a large part in it (See Lady Bunny's blog post about the Willi Ninja Benefit).
1989: A critical year for 'Voguing'
Update (20-Jan-2008): I have assembled an early history of voguing, as reported across newspaper and magazine articles in 1989.
History of 'Vogue' dance style in American pop music videos
Using the commentary by Willi Ninja in the documentary How Do I Look, I have assembled the history of how voguing progressed through mainstream American pop music on the Squidoo page for the 'How Do I Look' documentary.
Where are Madonna's vogue dancers?
Who were Madonna's vogue dancers? One of the men who dances in the music video for "Vogue" is Jose Xtravaganza, who also appears in the documentary, How Do I Look.
History of 'Vogue' according to How Do I Look documentary