|Cover Vogue, Inccorpoating Vanity Fair August 15, 1937|
Published twice a month, there were three Vogue magazines at the time- American, French and British. Edna Woolman Chase was Editor-in-Chief of all three.
The August 15, 1937 issue of the magazine was 166 pages and features a model wearing a green and red plaid wool dress that is "reminiscent in style of the Grossman jersey dress, adopted by the emanticipated woman of 1918", but with the "casual chic of youth in its pleated skirt and white pique collar."
The magazine features college themed advertisements as well as editorials on topics like:
Voted most popular
Compulsory for campus
Cut out for college
Autumn landscape colours
Most likely to succeed