ALWAYS IN VOGUE by Edna Woolman and Ilka Chase

ALWAYS IN VOGUE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The autobiography of Edna Woolman Chase who spent more than 50 years on Vogue mostly as Editor-in-Chief begins with her life as a career woman in the early 1900's. Taking Vogue and Mrs. Chase through the years, it glimpses changing vogues at home and abroad, Vogue's changing attitudes, and some of the personalities like Crownin-shield and Steichen who have graced its pages. Though a surprisingly pedestrian account (more Edna than Ilka) this will have its name appeal.

Pub Date: Oct. 21st, 1954
Publisher: Doubleday