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The Ambassador magazine : promoting post-war British textiles and fashion

Author: Christopher Breward; Claire Wilcox
Publisher: London : Victoria & Albert Museum 2012.
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"The Ambassador has been described as 'probably the most daring and enterprising trade magazine ever conceived'. With the motto 'Export or Die!', the magazine was renowned for its innovative design and adventurous editorial approach in promoting British manufacturing in the post-war period. This book takes a detailed look at the background and impact of The Ambassador. The magazine was driven by the vision of its  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Periodicals Pictorial works
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Breward; Claire Wilcox
ISBN: 9781851776771 185177677X 9781851776887 1851776885
OCLC Number: 765811795
Description: 240 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 31 cm.
Responsibility: edited by Christopher Breward & Claire Wilcox.

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'Beautifully illustrated' New Design 'A ravishing book' Scottish Woman 'This is a stunning look at the history of hat wearing, from the whimsical to the down right wacky' Irish Tatler

 
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