Polish fashion industry after 1st World War was very receptive for inspirations and influences from Paris, Vienna and London. As a result, the demand for every kind of media providing knowledge about trends from abroad highly increased in Poland. We present three exquisitely illustrated female magazines from 30s & 40s available in Polish digital libraries. First of them is Przegląd Mody (en. Fashion Overview), published throughout 1927-39, available in CBN Polona. Patterened on western magazines, it contained incredible colour illustrations and French cards with models. The second one is ‘Kobieta w świecie i w domu: dwutygodnik poświęcony życiu domowemu i modom‘ (en. Woman in world and at home: biweekly magazine dedicated to house life and fashion) published in 1925-1939 in frames of the Publishing Company ‘Bluszcz’. It contained not only advices in matter of clothing, but also hints concerning house keeping and decoration, embroidery and cooking. Major part of it is available on the website of the Chelm Digital Library. Next popular magazine is also a biweekly magazine Moja Przyjaciółka (eng. My Friend) published in 1934-1939 by Adolf Krzynicki’s Publishing House in Żnin, actually available in the Digital Library of Wielkopolska. Apart from fashion and typical feminine (for those times) stuff, it included journalistic subjects and pieces, social and cultural reportages, and literary works. There was also a place for letters from readers, who exchanged advices and experiences.