5 thoughts on “Fashion Histories

  1. ive spent the last few hours browsing your site. I love it and i enjoyed what was looking like a mundane Saturday afternoon. Thank you for it all. I am desperately hoping one of the pattern companies picks up on Michael Clapton’s design for Danyaeres’ “dragon rider” coat/dress worn in series no’s 6,7,8. I’ll be following your site /blog in case you hear of this news before I do!! I already own a few G.O.T.s patterns.

  2. I just discovered your blog while trying to find out why my Vogue Pattern magazine renewal check was returned to me today after languishing in a PO box since February. What a sad ending to a magazine that was part of my sewing life (and my mother’s) since forever. I love your posts on designer patterns and knock-offs. I was obsessed with Vogue patterns appearing in Vogue magazine during the 90s (maybe the 80s as well), so I was fascinated to read your posts on this topic. Thank you!

  3. You have done an amazing job on this website. Thank you so much for taking the time and loving effort. I have a selection of Vogue Pattern pictures from 1966 to 1967 covering Paris Couture. I didn’t see them in this marvelous collection, but perhaps you already have them. May I send them to you? They identify the models My email address is lindamorand[redacted].

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