Gentry magazine was published by William Segal for 7 years in the 1950's. Gentry magazine was produced monthly and was lavishly illustrated. Gentry magazine was unique in that they included fabric samples attahced to the pages and allowed people to see the esthetic element that was a factor in choosing clothing.
Gentry magazine offered content of fashion, art, sport, literature and lifestyle. Publications today that took from Gentry's pioneering effort are Nest, Flaunt and Visionaire. Gentry magazine's target audience was men and it emcompassed exceptional creativity and design.
Flair magazine was a similar publication with a outrageous production costs.
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