The Press: A New Eye for Fashion

Unless she is rich and rangy, a young woman who curls up with Vogue or Harper's Bazaar is often tantalized by the sight of slender models wearing clothes beyond her budget in an opulent milieu that she can only dream of entering. If she bunks down with Rags, a new and determinedly iconoclastic fashion monthly, she will find people with bulges like her own, wearing clothes that she can afford, against backdrops as familiar as a brick wall.

She will also find tips in Rags on where to buy surplus U.S. Navy nurses' uniforms,...

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