48 Amazing Vogue Covers Illustrated by Georges Lepape From Between the 1910s and 1930s

Georges Lepape is a French illustrator, who was born in Paris in 1887; he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and he soon entered the world of art.

In 1911 he created the book entitled Les Choses de Paul Poiret, by illustrating the maison’s collection. His illustrations show some thin and long-limbed feminine silhouettes, whose head are wrapped into turbans. During that time, he started collaborating with La Gazette du bon ton. Georges Lepape created many sketches for some important houses of fashion, such as Lanvin, Worth and Doucet, and he created the cover pages of Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair and the first British edition of Vogue; he also worked for many years with the American edition of Condé Nast.

Here, we selected 48 extraordinary Vogue covers illustrated by Georges Lepape from between the late 1910s and early 1930s.

May 1917
August 1917
June 1918
November 1918
January 1919
August 1919
January 1920
June 1920
July 1920
September 1920
May 1921
November 1922
January 1923
April 1923
June 1923
December 1923
June 1924
June 1924
October 1924
January 1925
March 1925
May 1925
October 1925
August 1926
February 1927
March 1927
May 1927
November 1927
January 1928
May 1928
October 1928
November 1928
January 1929
February 1929
May 1929
June 1929
October 1929
December 1929
March 1930
April 1930
November 1930
June 1931
July 1931
January 1932
August 1932
February 1933
March 1933
October 1933

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