Monday, July 6, 2009

Aberfoyle Fabrics

I love the bold colors and elegant illustration in this ad for Aberfoyle Fabrics from 1928. Even the text likens the choice of fabrics to art:

"By the shades and tones of their frocks and dresses, women paint their types - just as an artist puts himself into each canvas... A careful choice between a pale rose voile and a blue and white tissue - the selection of a fabric with a small flowered design rather than a gaily plaided one - then the actual style and making of the frock... in these every artist-woman revels."

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