What type of rim for what vehicle is referred to as a "vogue"?
Vogue is a brand name. They make tires and wheels for hundreds of applications. In pop-culture, the term “Vogues” usually refers to their specific model of tire featuring a whitewall with a yellow line around the sidewall. This white and yellow is the genesis of the slang term “riding on mustard and mayonnaise.”
The Vogue Tyre and Rubber Company was started in Chicago in the early 1900s. They are known for their high-end performance, appearance and price tag with a set easily going for over a thousand dollars.
The classic match-up is Vogue tires on Dayton rims. Daytons are distinct in that they are wire wheels and have spokes like a bicycle wheel.