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A cropped version of an original black and white portrait of Alison Settle

Alison Settle

A black and white portrait photograph of Alison Settle. Taken from the Alison Settle Archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Portrait of Alison Settle. Uncatalogued.

Alison Settle (1891-1980) was a prolific journalist, a champion of women’s rights, editor of Vogue, and a contributor to the work of both the Council for Art & Industry and the Council of Industrial Design. Her archive comprises a body of papers offering insights into the worlds of fashion, textile and clothing manufacturing, design promotion, middle-class domesticity, and women’s professional practice.

A button to press to browse this archive on the Archives Hub

A double page spread from Alison Settle's notebook, showing a sketch for a goddess sculpture. Taken from the Alison Settle Archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Goddess sculpture sketch. Uncatalogued.

A black and white photograph of Alison Settle looking at sketches at her desk. Taken from the Alison Settle archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Portrait of Alison Settle. Uncatalogued.

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Sirpa Kutilainen • January 1, 1998


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