Vogue Cover February 1937 by Bruehl-Bourges


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"On rolls the Spanish invasion of fashion, into the current cover by Bruehl-Bourges. For from where else but the land beyond the Pyrenees could come the idea for this vast, upturned sombrero of black grosgrain, nicked with red; for the short, short bolero of silver fox with red grosgrain. The bolero and black wool dress beneath it are from Russeks; the hat is Florence Reichman's."

This vogue cover previously belonged in the collection of Mary Wild A.R.C.A. She directed the first department of costume and dress studies at the Royal College of Art from 1937-49, taught costume and dress studies at Salisbury College of Art from 1950-70 and was appointed honorary curator of costume at the Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum.

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Mounted in antique white, acid free mount-board.
Mount size 40x50 cm
(standard size)

Price does not include frame.

Please note that this is an original cover of a vintage Vogue and not a photograph/photocopy.

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