peacock vogue cover 1911. does anyone else think that vogue should reintroduce illustrated covers?? they were SO much better!

Mimi illustration: Vintage Vogue covers

Vogue cover.

⍌ Vintage Vogue ⍌ art and illustration for vogue magazine covers - January 1920

The Princess and the Pea (1911) by Edmund Dulac

Art Deco

Vogue cover ~ October 1929

Fashion Illustration by George Barbier, 1914

* 1915 Erté's first cover fot the January issue (Harper's Bazaar)

Original Design A3 Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print Frank Sinatra Fly Me To The Moon Vintage Dance Tango Romantic Couple Vogue 1940's 1930's

Whimsical Art Deco Dance Cover

Art deco sketch by Gesmar of showgirl, 1926 | More on the myLusciousLife blog:

Peacock Art Deco Graphics Code | Peacock Art Deco Comments & Pictures

again, my eye in this case went right to the vintage piece. i love the angle here, with just showing the side profile of the woman's face with the vintage hat. the way she is applying the lipstick very dilicate,deliberate and actually sets a tone for the cover. i also think the unusual but effective colors of this cover make it pop and so eye catching and irrisistable

Vogue UK, January 1927 cover | Illustration by George Plank

peacock dress

How posh. ;) Watercolor Fashion Illustration Print - Deutche Vogue Cover by Cate Parr

Stunning vintage fashion illustration.

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