Vintage Postcards from Vanity Fair: One Hundred Classic Covers (Paperback)
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Short Description for Vintage Postcards from Vanity Fair Includes the culture, politics, lifestyle and humour of the world's 'smart set'. This title reflects the influential designers as Paolo Garretto, William Cotton and Eduardo Garcia Benito.
- Published: 03 November 2011
- Format: Paperback 100 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781846144677 ISBN 10: 1846144671
- Sales rank: 27,144
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Full description for Vintage Postcards from Vanity Fair
"Vanity Fair" - A Tale of Sophistication. In 1913, publisher Conde Nast launched "Vanity Fair", a magazine that would celebrate the culture, politics, lifestyle and humour of the world's 'smart set'. In the publication's mission statement, editor Frank Crowninshield clearly revelled in that world: 'Young men and young women, full of courage, originality, and genius, are everywhere to be met with'. The magazine discovered or lent invaluable support to such varied names as Dorothy Parker, E. E. Cummings, Noel Coward, Gertrude Stein, P. G. Wodehouse, Cecil Beaton and Man Ray, and frequently reproduced works by the likes of Matisse and Picasso long before anyone in the mainstream press would dare. "Vanity Fair's" famous philosophy of mixing up classes, races and sexes - as long as they were innovative, gorgeous or talented - was reflected in the dazzling and elegant magazine covers from such hugely influential designers as Paolo Garretto, William Cotton and Eduardo Garcia Benito. These covers are now a memorial to a world of glamour and excitement, gone - but not forgotten. It is selected by Graydon Carter.