1950s IN VOGUE
Delve into the fascinating world of one of American Vogue's most enigmatic editors in chief.
Jessica Daves modernized the magazine and charted the path for her successors by creating a before and after in American Vogue.
This volume is a testament to an America of change in every way, Vogue was the first publication to embrace the union of culture and fashion, its pages introduced artists, literature and cultural icons in each issue, thus offering its readers a complete overview of how fashion, literature, art, architecture and entertainment were and are connected and they all contribute to trends and style.
Throughout the decade its pages analyzed icons of the American style from Jon and Jackie Kennedy to Charles and Ray Eames, the Vogue de Daves also introduced haute couture creations from European houses Dior, Chanel, Givenchy, Balenciaga. ..
1950s in Vogue is organized into thematic chapters where you can find a careful selection of more than 280 photographs, illustrations and pages from the Vogue archives by the most influential photographers of the time from William Klein to Irving Penn.