Solving Your Style Problem
With The Great War having officially ended just a few months before, The Printz-Biederman Company of Cleveland, Ohio embarked on a campaign to ease a problem plaguing the modern woman - her style. Given that they were one of America's oldest manufacturer of women's apparel they must have known what they were doing. Their Printzess line of women's fashions helped to elevate the status of ready-to-wear garments to that of those produced by professional dressmakers. This advertisement from the Ladies Home Journal of October 1919 is one of three illustrated and signed by Henry Vallely for Printzess, and the only one in color.