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Gene Berk for Paganne Vintage Black and White Print Ad 1972 Vogue Magazine

Gene Berk for Paganne Vintage Black and White Print Ad 1972 Vogue Magazine

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Collectible Paganne Black and White Print Advertisement from December 1972 Vogue Magazine

~ Collectable 1972 vintage print ad;
~ Main caption: Gene Berk designs two festive prints for Paganne;
~ Appeared in December 1972 Vogue magazine;
~ 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches, untrimmed;
~ Slight yellowing around edges consistent with age, could be covered up by matting;
~ Clean, no tears or creases;
~ Image appears slightly cropped due to scanner size limit.

About Paganne:
In 1968, Paganne appeared for the first time on the market. Designer Gene Berk created a brand that was known for it’s unique prints in combination with easy care fabrics, making the garment favored by women. Paganne was stocked in virtually all major department stores in the U.S., like Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales, etc…

Shipped flat from Canada via Canada Post.

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