La Vie Parisienne was first published in 1863 in Paris. La Vie Parisienne was a french weekly magazine that featured books and novels, sporting events, theatre, music and the arts. La Vie Parisienne was very popular at the beginning of the 20th Century. The new editor in 1905, Charles Saglio, changed the format into a midly rique erotic magazine.
US General John Joseph Pershing, during World War 1, warned American servicemen against purchasing La Vie Parisienne, but it backfired and the magazine became more popular than ever in the United States.
Notable contributors to La Vie Parisienne include but are not limited to René Préjelan, Julien Jacques Leclerc, Pierre Lissac, Henri Avelot, Henry Fournier, G. Hautot (Georges Hautot), Henri Guydo, Jaques, Fabius Lorenzi (Alberto Fabio), Guy Arnoux, Jacques (Lehmann) Nam, Edouard Touraine, Suzanne Meunier, Suzanne SesbouëColette, George Barbier, Chéri Herouard, Georges Léonnec, Maurice Milliere, Gerda Wegener, Sacha Zaliouk, Umberto Brunelleschi, Raphael Kirchner, Joseph Kuhn-Régnier, Fabien Fabiano, René Vincent, Joseph Hémard, Fernand Fau, Henry Gerbault, Zyg Brunner, Pierre Brissaud, Vald'Es (Valvérane & D'Espagnat), Léo Fontan, Armand Vallée, Louis Vallet, Georges Pavis.
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