The Press: Kid Sister

That the Average American Woman now gets many if not most of her primping ideas from the movies—instead of from Paris or New York—is the not unreasonable hunch on which Sophisticate Conde Nast this week launched Glamour, a 15¢ monthly devoted to knowing chatter about Hollywood frocks, hairdos, makeup, snoods,* etc. Glamour promises to be a lively kid sister to Publisher Nast's big, elegant, expensive (35¢ a copy) Vogue, which, with Publisher Hearst's Harper's Bazaar, spells out chic & charm for American women whose spending money is by no means average. Print order for...

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