AboutAfter graduating from Parsons in 1945, Margaret Hodge became director of fashion marketing at Vogue, and in 1967 established her own fashion publicity business. Hodge led multiple marketing campaigns, tying clothing lines to the style and fashion of Hollywood films. The collection largely consists of examples of promotional material from Hollywood films, including publicity, set and costume design photographs, press kits, event announcements and tear sheets. The bulk of the material was produced between 1962 and 1976.
Related Archival Materials NoteAdditional documentation about Margaret Hodge may be found in the Parsons School of Design Alumni Association records (PIC.03.002.1) as she was involved with the Alumni Association's New York Chapter. The records of POSH, Inc., one of the Margaret Hodge Company's clients, are held by the Historical Museum of South Florida. Retail publicity related to Nicholas and Alexandra (1971) will be found in the Kellen Design Archives' Saks Fifth Avenue publicity collection (KA.0018).
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