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In 1920, there was another major change in the sewing pattern industry.
This time it was Mc Call’s leading the way by moving from the perforated tissue patterns to printed ones. Mc Call’s would also begin working with designers like Lanvin, Mainbocher, Patou, and Schiaparelli.
In 1902, James Mc Call’s , widening the contents of the publication to other womanly pursuits and interests.
Also in 1932, Mc Call’s would again push the envelope by, well, pushing the envelope — now full-color illustrations appeared on the covers of Mc Call’s pattern envelopes. In 1949, Vogue added the Paris Original Models patterns from French Couturiers and was the only company authorized to duplicate these fantastic designs.
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In 1914, the Vogue pattern department officially left the magazine to become Vogue Pattern Company.
(This was in no small part due to the 1909 purchase of Vogue by Condé Nast.) Vogue patterns continued to be sold by mail until 1917, when B.
In 1958, Vogue Patterns fully transitions from perforated to printed tissue patterns.