Cody Emrich
Since the 1920's the magazine vogue has been a cornerstone of the fashion industry for well over 100 years. Under well-known editors like Anna Wintour and Edna Woolman Chase who have influenced fashion readers everywhere around the world. Vogue also had articles on politics, arts and culture consisting of stuff like elections, art around the world and different cultures in america. There where also movie magazines published in the 1920's containing information about movies and stars and there upcoming movies. And there where also magazines published about dance and good housekeeping. These magazines changed the 1920's and 30's in many ways by advertising things like hosiery and makeup to middle class women.
Magazines would use clever slogans to essentially make the women of this time not feel guilty that they weren't up to par for their husbands. Tabloid papers were created. An example of this was the New York Daily News. It covered everything from crime, sports, to scandals. With new technology advertising reached millions of Americans. Movie stars and athletes were hired to persuade Americans to buy products like coffee or even tobacco.
Heres a list of some of the magazines in the 1920s
Yankee Doodle
Vanity fair