New York. Reporter Publications. 1953.
Number 25. Profusely illustrated magazine, 14 1/4 x 11 inches, 140 pp., pictorial stiff card wrappers as issued. Numerous tipped-in fabric samples. plus Gil Miret woodcut print, 11 x 9 1/2 inches, advertising I. Zendman, Inc. lace products. Light wear to cover extremities, overall very good condition. Articles include "The Most Precious Fabric in the World" (Vicuna); "General Motors Styles for Sales" (automotive textiles); "Special Fabrics for Military Applications"; and much more. Volume includes "A Dictionary of Industrial Textile Terms," "The Tulip Silhouette in Fashion" and "From A Philosophy of Character and Conduct" by Ali ibn Hazm of Cordova (circa 994-1064). An unusual volume focusing on an enormous variety of fabrics with engaging tipped-in samples and copious advertising. A desirable volume in very good condition. Item #53667