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Natalie Portman Flies High In Norman Jean Roy Images For Harper's Bazaar August 2015 - 3 Sensual Fashion Editorials Paris Chic, Glamour, Norman Jean Roy, Moda Hippie, Bleu Pastel, Mode Editorials, Fashion Editorials, Prom Dresses, Summer Dresses

Natalie Portman Stuns On Harper's Bazaar August 2015 Issue

Holy gorgeous, Natalie Portman!

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Vintage Harper's BAZAAR Through The Years

This year, Harper's Bazaar, the oldest continuously published fashion magazine in the world, celebrates its 140th anniversary. Here, take a photo tour of vintage images.

History Graphic Design - Harper’s Bazaar cover design by A. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Cover Design, Alexey Brodovitch, Vintage Vogue Covers, Magazin Covers, Fashion Magazine Cover, Magazine Illustration

History Graphic Design

Harper's Bazaar cover design by A.M. Cassandre 1939. While Brodovitch was freelancing as a designer in Paris, he was invited to establish an advertising design program at the School of Industrial Art of the Pennsylvania Museum in 1930. Carmel Snow of Harper's Bazaar saw examples of his freelance work in Philadelphia and hired him to become art director for Harper's Bazaar in 1934, a position that he held until 1958.

In MoMA held an exhibition of Paris-based A. Cassandre’s poster work. That’s when Harper’s Bazaar art director Alexey Brodovitch, contracted Cassandre to create the numerous surrealistic covers he would produce over the next three years. Herbert Bayer, Josef Albers, Retro Poster, Poster Vintage, Harpers Bazaar, Cover Art, Laurent Durieux, Jules Cheret, Alexey Brodovitch

History Graphic Design

Harper's Bazaar cover design by A.M. Cassandre 1939 I think. While Brodovitch was freelancing as a designer in Paris, he was invited to establish an advertising design program at the School of Industrial Art of the Pennsylvania Museum in 1930. Carmel Snow of Harper's Bazaar saw examples of his freelance work in Philadelphia and hired him to become art director for the magazine in 1934, a position that he held until 1958.

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