Vogue, August 15, 1936. Renaissance-inspired cover by Count René Bouët-Willaumez. Featuring articles on Schiaparelli traveling through North Africa with her daughter Gogo, interior design in the homes of Mussolini and Hitler, Marcel Vertès recounting tales of Leon Blum's Paris, an imaginary interview between Shakespeare and Metro-Golden-Mayer, a photo collage by Andre Durst, a profile of Marcel Rochas, a guide to the chicest travel in Uganda, and more.
116 pgs, measures approx. 12.6" H x 9.6" W x 0.25" D. Good condition - wear and some marks to cover, chipping to spine, pages tones. See images for reference, and feel free to email for more information.