Edith Marie Reuss was an American clothing designer of the early 20th century. She was among the first Americans to make an impact in international markets, helping to make New York City a center of fashion. She was a contemporary of Adele Simpson and Elizabeth Hawes In the early 1930s, Reuss was known for her prints' designs, which had been launched successfully.
- Arts Magazine, Volume 7, 1932, pg. 19.
- Finds Style Centre Here, New York Times, April 14, 1932.
- Twenieth-Century American Fashion, Linda Welters and Patricia Anne Cunningham, Berg Publishers, 2005, pg. 103.