American Girl is proud to present our inaugural edition of our series called, “Girl Who Wrote: How We Made Them,” in which we look at the women who created and shaped the fashion industry and the industries we love today.
In this inaugural installment, we take a look at one of the greatest and most iconic women in fashion, the American Girl, the story of what it was like to dress up in a sexy, provocative dress for a day and a night, and the incredible impact it had on the fashion world.
First of all, let’s look at how American Girl began.
In 1966, Gloria Steinem founded the feminist magazine called The Nation, and her work, including the seminal article “Why I Am a Feminist,” paved the way for women to take the first steps toward becoming feminists.
In this excerpt from the September 1966 issue, Steinem wrote, “Women are not just expected to go to the movies.
We must go to work.
And we must dress in sexy clothes.
Our dress, or our appearance, must reflect the way we see ourselves.”
The magazine was launched by Gloria Steiner, who was already a huge star in the industry, and she started by creating the first issue of The Nation featuring the cover of a magazine titled, “The Girls of the World.”
This cover featured a sexy model wearing a dress that featured her breasts in a way that emphasized her body’s curves.
The magazine was a hit, and Steinem was a pioneer in the business of fashion, working on campaigns for brands like Calvin Klein and Gucci, as well as other fashion companies like Levi Strauss and H&M.
As Gloria Steinmete, the first editor-in-chief of The American Girl and the founding editor-at-large, Steiner took the magazine to a whole new level.
Steiner was an icon in her own right, as she was considered the face of the magazine and her presence was felt in every facet of the brand.
Steinere was also a pioneer of the concept of The Ladies Modeling, which helped shape the way women wore their clothing.
In her own words, “I never felt like I was in the same room as my models.
I was always in the kitchen.”
In 1967, Steineres second issue, “Swinging the Cocktail,” featured a new look for the magazine.
The model wore a skimpy dress, but she also sported a top and knee-high heels.
This was the first time that a model was given the opportunity to take a risqué photo with her model in a pose that reflected the women she was modeling.
The style was soon embraced and it would be the first image to go viral, appearing in print in magazines and magazines everywhere.
American Girl went on to become the home of the American model, the model who has changed the way the world views women.
In 1970, Gloria gave birth to a daughter, Gloria.
In the years since, Gloria has lived a life of privilege, with a lavish lifestyle, a lavish career, and a career in fashion.
In 2015, American Girl celebrated its 100th issue.
In celebration of this milestone, the magazine will be celebrating a special occasion with a special theme for the 100th anniversary of The Girls of The World.
For those of you who have been following our coverage of American Girl over the past few years, this will be the 100-year anniversary of the first edition of the publication, and you can join the celebration by joining us for a celebration of American Girls 100th Anniversary on November 10 at 8 p.m.
ET on American Girl.
You can learn more about the 100 anniversary celebration here.
American Girls 100 year anniversary is set to be a special day for The American Girls and all of us at American Girl who are thrilled to celebrate the 100 years of The Girl Who Lived.
For more information about the anniversary celebration, you can read the announcement of the celebration here and find out more about The American Women of The United States here.
You can also learn more here.
We hope you enjoy the inaugural edition and look forward to celebrating The Girl who Wrote.