Society in Vogue: The International Set Between the Wars

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Condé Nast, 1992 - Fashion - 192 pages
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Using information from Vogue magazine's archives, this book chronicles the lives of the rich and famous in the years between the wars and during World War II. The book presents a selection of articles from Vogue including sections from the gossip column How One Lives from Day to Day, filled with the activities of the Sitwells and Mitfords, Margot Asquith and the Prince of Wales, Coco Chanel and Noel Coward. There are also articles whose topic range includes bringing out debutantes, dealing with servants, meeting royalty and the joys of travel by such contributors as Evelyn Waugh, Robert Byron, Nancy Mitford and Cecil Beaton.

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Having plundered the archives of the British, American, and French editions of Vogue magazine, Ross here presents hundreds of photographs, drawings, and essays chronicling the amusements of the ... Read full review

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