This magazine was a new one to me, but I was overjoyed to find a small stack of them at the Liberty Antiques Festival yesterday. It is primarily a sewing pattern catalog, but it has quite a few pages devoted to the latest from Paris, features on make-up, and lots on the latest accessories. In short, it is a valuable resource for anyone interested in 1920s fashion.
I did a quick web search, and the earliest issue I found was 1919; the latest was 1929. If anyone has any additional information about Fashionable Dress, I’d be interested.
UPDATE: Thanks to Lynne, I now know that Fashionable Dress was established in 1914.
Illustrator: Evelyn Browne
Copyright: Not known. The Fashionable Dress Publishing Company (1914-1930) was absorbed by Fashionist in 1931.