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Vogue, November 1, 1922. Features costumes in 1830s silhouettes at the fashionable Greenwich Village Follies, Christmas gift ideas for the apartment dweller and the "fastidious male" in your life, arguments in favor of the ruling class as the bearers of "the golden drop," the etiquette of elegant traveling, drawings of Lanvin robe de style and its 18th century inspiration and monkey fur-trimmed gowns by Drecoll, drawings of the new Middle Ages-inspired tunics and gowns, an article on hunting clothes and the culture of the hunting season in France, photographs of models in the latest designs by Lanvin and Jenny, and more.


149 pgs, measures approx. 12.65" H x 9.6" W x 0.3" D. Good to decent condition. Shows toning to pages, one tear on front cover along far edge, chipping at lower spine and back cover, bumped edges, some torn lower corners of pages — see images for reference, and feel free to email with any questions.

Vogue, November 1, 1922.

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