Cipe Pineles was one of the few recognized women in the design world in the 20th century.
Started as Agha’s assistant in the beggining of 1930. Remarkable fact that helped her to build herself from the ground as an editorial designer.

Pineles worked for Mehemed Fehmy Agha in Vogue and Vanity Fair. In fact, she contributed in a significant way to the evolution of the magazines. Used illustrations from Fine Arts artists, mixing both graphic worlds. This method brought very disruptive editions. Consequently, came her admission to the Art Directors Club of New York as the first woman.
Later on, she made a career as an Art Director in a lot of magazines, such as, Glamour, Seventeen, Charm and Mademoiselle.