AS SEEN IN VOGUE: A CENTURY OF AMERICAN FASHION IN ADVERTISING
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• Texas Tech University Press, 2004
• Fashion/Women’s Studies
• 288 pages
• More than 600 illustrations plus 32 pages of color plates
• Over 300 endnotes
• Bibliography
​• 8 1/2 X 11
From the late nineteenth century through the end of the twentieth century, a symbiotic relationship continually evolved between the American ready-to-wear industry, fashion journalism, and fashion advertising. Each fueled the success of the other and, in turn, democratized fashion for generations of American women. Daniel Delis Hill employs a wealth of primary source material, including more than 600 illustrations of vintage ads, magazine covers, and editorials to document not only the relationships of these fashion businesses, but also to chronicle a century of American fashion, society, and culture.
 
This is an ideal resource for students and researchers of women’s fashions of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, American popular culture, and women’s studies    

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As Seen in Vogue