Saturday, 22 March 2014

From Vogue, February 1961.
'Rose, focused to a new brightness, in a before-and-after six that's all smooth curves- played away from the body; to wear with a dash of brown- say cafĂ© au lait for days in town, don't dress evenings. The belt begins at waist level and rises from there to into bodice territory, deep cape sleeves meet their end at the elbow. With peter pan collar, rounded shoulders, a puffed skirt. By Ben Zuckerman of a velour finished wool.'

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