Seventeen and Glamour, Mademoiselle and Charm—Cipe Pineles (1908-91), strengthened the visual appeal of each of these magazines with her award-winning design and art direction. Her groundbreaking work in the 1940s and 50s set the standard for the appearance of women's magazines in ensuing decades. Now Pineles, whose archive is held at Rochester Institute of Technology Special Collections, is the subject of this second publication in the RIT Graphic Design Archives Chapbook Series. This volume's vibrant reproductions of pen-and-ink sketches, fashion layouts, and gouache illustrations will orient readers to RIT's extensive Pineles Collection. The book also introduces Pineles's personal history through essays by Estelle Ellis, and Carol Burtin Fripp.