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Illustration by Benito. Vogue September 1926. #Cover #Fashion #Magazine

Vogue Cover - September 1 1926 Poster Print by Eduardo Garcia Benito at the Condé Nast Collection

Vogue Cover - May 1917 Regular Giclee Print

Vogue Cover - May 1917

1920's The trench coat, whose very name reflects the way World War I is waged, rapidly became a staple in women’s wardrobes. With its epaulets, wide belt, and generous lapels, it remains a classic today, almost a century later.

Wartime Wardrobe: How Will Downton Abbey Dress for WWI?

1920's The trench coat, whose very name reflects the way World War I is waged, rapidly became a staple in women’s wardrobes. With its epaulets, wide belt, and generous lapels, it remains a classic today, almost a century later.

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Vogue Cover - October 1948 Poster Print by Carl "Eric" Erickson at the Condé Nast Collection

Vogue ~ETS #artdeco

Vogue cover ~ by George Plank ~ August 1916 "No one who loved you would intimidate you into staying silent about something that bothered you.

Spring Millinery Vogue Cover ~ March 1914 Poster Print by George Wolfe Plank at the Condé Nast Collection

A Vogue Cover Of A Woman With A Bird by George Wolfe Plank

Published March 1914 A woman in a dotted magenta gown sits underneath a willowy tree, trying to grab the attention of a most exotic, necklace-endowed, multicolored bird. This lush, dreamy scene by George Wolfe Plank graced the March cover of Vogue.

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