This Helen Jameson Hall illustration depicts a woman in an oversize red and black plumed hat, in the classic posture of powdering her nose. This image appeared on the October 1935 cover of Mademoiselle. This is a giclée reproduction of the original work, printed on watercolor paper and elegantly framed.
Founded in 1909, Condé Nast has long defined what is beautiful and relevant in contemporary life. As publisher of the most renowned magazines from Vogue to Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, the company has bred some of the most legendary photographers and illustrators, including Cecil Beaton and Richard Avedon. These museum-quality reproductions of the original covers and designs, all from the Condé Nast archive, are full of beauty, wit, and elegance.