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September Vogue 1964  by Richard Avedon    Wearing a white-on-white wool and dacron outfit by Donald Brooks.

September Vogue 1964 Photo by Richard Avedon Model Tilly Tizzani Wearing a white-on-white wool and dacron outfit by Donald Brooks.

Isabella Albonico, February Vogue 1960 by dovima_is_devine_II, via Flickr

It is indeed a "wonderful sheer wool princess coat dress", and boy, oh boy, would I happily sport it!


Model wearing a black ensemble for La Femme Chic, 1956 I wish we all wore hats again

Germaine Émilie Krebs (1903–1993), known as Alix Barton and later as "Madame Grès", launched her design house under the name Grès in Paris in 1942. Formally trained as a sculptress, she produced haute couture designs for an array of fashionable women, including the Duchess of Windsor, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Dolores del Río. Her signature was cut-outs on gowns that made exposed skin part of the design, yet still had a classical, sophisticated feel.

Madame Gres-premiere name in haute couture sense of design & style. Grès was a French haute couture fashion house. Parfums Grès is the associated perfume house, which still exists, and is now based in Switzerland

Model wearing Pierre Cardin, 1960s.

Pierre Cardin 1960 - and I feel this is avant-garde. Few are brave enough to wear this. It takes a true feeling for fashion to walk in a room and do right by this dress.

A charmingly elegant spring/summer look from 1963.

Talent was the prerequisite to success in the For the first time ever in any fashion era, the young became the leaders of fashion.

1950s fashion

Notes: Lovers in a park like setting ____________________________________ fashion

Photo by by Richard Rutledge for Vogue, August 1956.

Vogue 1956 Photo by Richard Rutledge. New elegance in the skirt-sweater-shirt. Everything’s the same soft maple sugar shade in different textures. Silk shirt, Orlon cardigan and a Hockanum wool tweed skirt.