Vogue draws craze for coloring

A coloring book for grown-ups and kids alike- the colouring book has been edited by Vogue Culture Editor Valerie Steiker and designed by Deputy Design Director Alberto Orta.
Vogue Colors A to Z: A Fashion Coloring Book

American fashion magazine Vogue has unveiled its first-ever coloring book, Vogue Colors A to Z: A Fashion Coloring Book.

A coloring book for grown-ups and kids alike— the colouring book has been edited by Vogue Culture Editor Valerie Steiker and designed by Deputy Design Director Alberto Orta.

The coloring book includes 26 archival magazine covers from 1912-1936 by 10 American and French illustrators and features Art Deco patterns and drawings of women dressed for the task at hand, whether its steering a gondola, driving their car or riding a zebra.

The 64-page book will also include the archival covers in their original colors, as well as a six-page, collectible gatefold of 21 dresses.

Additionally, the new book falls in line with the ongoing popularity of adult coloring books and joins other publishers in the category, including its counterpart in the U.K.

Vogue Colors A to Z: A Fashion Coloring Book was edited by Valerie Steiker and designed by Alberto Orta and is available for purchase now on Amazon.

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