"For the fashion lover, there is no publication quite like Vogue. Available articles include the observations of a princess on her travels to Turkey, "The Rise of Rude," and the wedding announcement of Mrs. Prescott Sheldon Bush--the mother of President George Herbert Walker Bush. There is little doubt that these articles will intrigue you as you learn more about the fashion and culture of the early 1900s." Old Magazine Articles
"Few periods demonstrate with such clarity the way fashions reflect their own times as do the 1920s and 1930s. This site explores the relationship between clothes and the character of America in these decades, showing how the nation's collective identity was bound up in its citizens' closets. Exploring debates over fashion and values, the media's influence on and perpetuation of fashion, and changing dress and changing times, this site examines how fashion was a product of Interwar America and how its citizens wore their "Americanness" on their sleeve."