Vintage Fasion, Style, and Women's Magazines
We have tried to make The Delineator in the truest sense a woman's magazine. Evanescent fads and follies have no place between their covers. But nothing that interests the natural woman is alien to its pages. The Modern Priscilla is one magazine that specializes in the two subjects most closely associated with the average woman's daily life -- "Fancy-Work" and "Housekeeping" -- with just enough clever, wholesome fiction added to give zest.
The August 1890 issue of the Delineator featured an expanded, illustrated section of our remarks on Current Fashions. Additional areas included Styles for Misses and Girls, Hats and Bonnets, and Stylish Lingerie.
The June 1896 issue of The Delineator magazine featured sheet music by Renwar Borscy, Wedding Customs and Costumes, an expanded Ladies' Fashions section, Surf Bathing, and Its Attire, and more.
The Delineator for January 1897 features exquisite color plates of the latest women's fashions in Visiting Toilettes, Promenade Toilettes, Street Toilette, Reception Toilette, and Fashionable Millinery.
The Delineator Magazine issue for October 1900 was a fascinating look at women's fashions at the turn of the twentieth century. They provided a glimpse of a women's life at the turn of the century with articles on fashion, clothing, housekeeping, raising children, and more.
Superb issue of the Delineator Magazine from November 1900 provides many excellent articles on women's fashions at the turn of the twentieth century and other topics about women, including cooking, etiquette, crocheting, domestic and romantic fiction.
This issue features extensive articles on Ladies' costumes, richly illustrated with black and white plates, and fashions in New York, London, and Paris.
The March 1906 issue of The Delineator featured The Millinery of Early Spring, Brides of the White House, Aprons for Various Occasions, The Brides Apparel, The Delineator Campaign for Safe Foods, and More.
THE DELINEATOR is much more than a fiction magazine. But because women like good fiction, The Delineator is often the first to publish stories that later become famous as best-sellers in book form.