I just thought I'd share a few scans from copies of Vogue magazine, 1955. These are taken from the February, March and April issues. I'm especially in love with the Wemco "Trans-World" fabrics, in (somewhat random) association with TWA - I've looked around online for more examples of this line but I'm drawing a blank. The red starburst design especially just epitomises fabric design of the era. I love that there were adverts for actual fabric back then, rather than RTW fashion - I'm sure you don't get fabric adverts in Vogue now (not that I read it, so correct me if I'm wrong). I also find it interesting that at the time it seems common to have a retailer and fabric house run joint adverts, so you have the Frank Usher ad tagged with the byline "in Gazelle cotton".