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Femina, volume of all 12 issues of 1934. Post-WWI issues of the magazine are scarce, even individual copies. Scarce. Wonderful issues of the seminal French fashion magazine, which include illustrations by Léon Benigni and Paul Iribe, photographs by Man Ray, ideas for interior design schemes by a garden, in the country, and by the sea, photography of socialites at weddings, at the races, and at the resort towns of Europe, wear-this-not-that suggestions of the latest styles for different body types, photographs of set and costume designs by Jean Cocteau, fashion designers sharing their favorite designs versus the ones that sold well, photos of models backstage at Worth, Maggy Rouff, and Augustabernard, tutorials for wearing jewelry in your hair, and hundreds of photos and illustrations of garments by Chanel, Jenny, Lelong, Vionnet, Lanvin, Callot Soeurs. Maggy Rouff, and much more.


514 pgs, measures approx. 12.75" H x 9.75" W x 1.5" D. Good condition. Covers not included in volume, except for Christmas edition, and a few pages cut off at edges in binding process. Visible wear to a few pages, and two pages show surface tears from being opened after being stuck together – image included above. Former owner stamp and price from former dealer written on endpapers. See images for reference, and feel free to email for further information.

Femina, volume of the 12 issues of 1934. Includes photography by Man Ray.

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