The Campbell-Pretty Fashion Research Collection

Journal des Dames

Established by Parisian bookseller Jean-Baptiste Sellèque, Journal des Dames et des Modes is one of the earliest illustrated fashion periodicals. It was first published in 1797 and ran for forty-two years, informing readers of the latest women and men’s fashions and recommending couturiers and milliners capable of reproducing them.

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1812

  • Issue 1812

1818

  •  Issue 1818

1819

  • Issue 1819

1820

  • Issues 1820

1821

  • Issue 1821

1822

  • Issue 1822

1823

  • Issue 1823

1824

  • Issue 1824

1825

  • Issue 1825

1828

  • Issue 1828

1829

  • Issue 1829

1930

  • Issue 1930

1931

  • Issue 1931

1932

  • Issue 1832

1938

  • Issue 1838
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