Color in style

American Vogue gets into the coloring book craze with “Vogue Colors A to Z” (Alfred A. Knopf). Edited by culture editor Valerie Steiker and designed by deputy design director Alberto Orta, the book contains 26 covers from 1912 to ’32, embellished with a Jazz Age–inspired alphabet, for the artist and fashionista in each of us.

For more on adult coloring books, look for August WAG’s “Celebrate the Exhale” issue. – Georgette Gouveia

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