Heather A. Vaughan is a writer and historian, whose work focuses on the study of dress in the late 19th through the 20th century. Covering a range of topics and perspectives in dress history, she is primarily known for her research on designer Natacha Rambova (active 1916-1933). Vaughan is currently a blogger at Fashion Historia and is on Twitter @FashionHistoria.
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Essays on Women's Artistic and Cultural Contributions 1919-1939: Expanded Social Roles for the New Woman Following the First World War Paula J. Birnbaum and Anna Novakov (Eds), Edwin Mellen Press, May 30, 2009. Essayist.

The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Clothing through American History, 1900 to the Present [2 volumes]. Greenwood Press (October 30, 2008). Contributor

*Awarded the Adele Mellen Prize for Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship

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