Vintage Harper's Bazaar Magazine February 1948


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Vintage Harper's Bazaar Magazine, February 1948 Back Issue

"The Well Spent Dollar" and "The Bride Makes Her Plans" . Beautiful cover by Avedon who also photographed several fashion features in this issue. Several shoe advertisements, 1947 Spring Preview and Bridal/Wedding issue.

Ads by:

Saks Fifth Avenue, B. Altmasn & Co, Dorothy Gray, Bergdorf, Emir by Dana (beautiful illustration), Revlon's introduction of Lastron nail enamel and All-Plus Lipstick matched colors, Trifari, Adele Simpson, Joseph Magnin, Paul Parnes, Palter DeLiso (the Jimmy Choo of the 40s, several shoe advertisements by other designers too), Chanel, Georg Jensen,Coro Craft, Dana,


White Lilac Bride;
The Biggest News of the Year;
Album of Weddings;
Weddings in Organdie;
A Twelve-part Trousseau;
Trousseau for the House (photos by Louise Dahl-Wolfe);
Notes on Etiquette and Sterling Silver;
Beach Fashions


Upper Bracket Woolens;
Rosy Red and Pink Spring Coats
Embroidered Organdie;
Cheese Dreams
Polka Dots
Show News


Marlon Brandon photographed by Ronny Jaques, Olivia de Havilland photo by Engstead,

Much, much more. A classic Spring Issue full of great cintage fashions.

Editor: Carmel Snow
Fashion Editor:  Diana Vreeland

Magazine is in fair to good condition. Back cover is missing and there is a small area with child scribbles on the last page and a tear on last four pages, no content lost. Otherwise, a beautiful magazine with excellent content.

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