R.S. Grafstrom's portrait manages to appear both lifelike and imagined. A woman models at-home wear by Muriel King. A blouse embroidered in gold, tied in a knot at the waist, tops wide pajama pants. The illustration appeared in the October 15, 1937, Vogue.
Vogue Cover - October 1922 A woman in a robelike turquoise coat with orange and black detailing pets her greyhound while standing on a columned, black-and-white terrace. In the background, fall leaves show their brilliant colors. The illustration, by Helen Dryden, appeared on the October 15, 1922, cover of Vogue.
The one person I am with forever is Me. My relationship with myself is Eternal, so I choose to be my best friend. I choose to love and accept myself and talk to myself as I would a beloved person in my life. I saturate all the cells in my body with Love, as they become vibrantly healthy. I relate with love to all of life. -Louise Hay❤️☀️
Vogue Cover - October 1910 With a long graceful neck, soft hair piled high on her head, a captivating glance, and an aristocratic air, this young woman represented the feminine ideal of the time. She was commonly known as a 'Gibson Girl.' This beautiful illustration, by Helen Dryden, appeared on the October 15, 1910, cover of Vogue.