Wednesday, 31 March 2010

From the 1 October, 1956 Vogue- New Coat Handbook: Day and Evening Coverage.

'A summary of fashion news: black-and-white tweed suit suddenly deep in new elegance - long-maned, silky fur collar, a great garland of black-dyed fox. The suit 'coat' is just that - more important, more substantial than a jacket. Suit, by Ben Zuckerman, in Anglo wool tweed. Henri Bendel; Julius Garfinckel; Marshall Field; I. Magnin. Side-draped black beaver felt turban by Sally Victor. Gold-and-diamond jewellery by Schlumberger of Tiffany.'

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