Vogue

These labels were provided by the Vogue pattern company to home sewers who bought Vogue patterns. The Paris Originals and Couturier labels came out in the 1950s and the Vogue Americana patterns and labels date to 1967.

If you find one of these labels in a garment, it is an indication that it was sewn using a Vogue pattern. Often, these garments are very well made, as some of the patterns were quite difficult to sew and were attempted only by skilled seamstresses. With a little research, one can often identify the original designer.

Written by Lizzie Bramlett, fuzzylizzie.com


from the late 1940s/early 1950s - Courtesy of VivianBelle1955
from the late 1940s/early 1950s
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from the mid 1950s - Courtesy of fuzzylizzie.com
from the mid 1950s
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from the late 1950s - Courtesy of fuzzylizzie.com
from the late 1950s
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from the early 1960s - Courtesy of fuzzylizzie.com
from the early 1960s
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from the late 1960s - Courtesy of fuzzylizzie.com
from the late 1960s
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from the late 1960s - Courtesy of premierludwig
from the late 1960s
Courtesy of premierludwig

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