Vintage Flair Magazine March 1950Art Literature Fashion Home Living Travel EntertainmentIn good condition. Wear to the covers and spine. Pages 7 – 26 have separated from the spine. All pages present, no cutouts.Please see photos for details and email us any questions. Sold as is. Thank you for your interest!History of Fleur Cowles (editor)and Flair:Fleur Cowles was an American cultural figure of the times who was married to the publisher of Look magazine. She helped him reinvent Look from its lowbrow origins and make it respectable among that all-powerful consumer demographic, postwar American women.During Flair’s run she had an entire issue on Paris, hired Ernest Hemingway to write a travel essay, commissioned Colette to gossip about her love affairs. She also featured Salvador Dalí, Simone de Beauvoir, W. H. Auden, Gloria Swanson, Winston Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Jean Cocteau. In Flair’s debut issue, published in February 1950, “an article on the 28-year-old Lucian Freud came liberally accompanied with reproductions of his art-the first ever to appear in America. It was short-lived (14 issues) The spine of some issues touts the variety of topics, “Art Literature Fashion Home Living Travel Entertainment”.Selling my personal 25 year collection of vintage magazines including many high fashion ones (Vogue, Bazaar, Elle, L’Officiel, Femme, etc), imported fashion and fine jewelry magazines from Europe and Asia, alternative and arts magazines (Flair and Avant Garde), Fortune Magazine, and many more. Please save our seller id and choose to be notified of new listings so you won’t miss them!