1960 144 Pages (Condé Nast)
Condition - Excellent, edge wear to binding.
The news here: the leopard-spotted overblouse with the spots knitted in, not printed on - making it a very new breed of cat indeed. (Without changing its sports, it could appear as a dinner sweater, with a black skirt.) Here, it's part of a three-piece suit that's news in itself - because it's three-piece; because it's a "sweater" suit, entirely of knitted wool - the bright-red jacket and skirt as well as the leopard-patterned, sleeveless overblouse. By Kimberley; about $70. Bergdorf Goodman; Hutzler's; Hudson's; Frost Bros.; I. Magnin; and shops on page 44. Revlon's Ultima lipstick, in a dauntless young colour: Boca Boca Red.
THE YOUNG WHO SET THE FASHION
67 Vogue's eye view of a young success.
68 Clothes for the young who set the fashion.
74 Tweed brilliance– the new young suit idea.
78 The rage for the sweater-set suit.
84 New young fur action.
86 The long-stemmed waist: a new dress look.
88 Young fashion naturals– the new country-coat luxe; add jacket IN.
94 The put-over change– new lengths; new colours.
96 The young go back to hats; the new black and white plus colour.
100 Young accessories that set the fashion.
102 The pull-over influence on the new young evening look.
104 The college clothes-dollar, 1960.
OTHER FASHION NEWS
112 The yoked coat, 1960.
113 The fashion view from here on in.
114 New hats– prices, not the most.
116 Next in line: new dress shapes.
118 Two suits with autumn forethought.
120 Two new coats that know where to stop.
122 The 1960 plaid hiking.
124 Vogue Patterns: Red and butter: the brilliant basic and the appeal.
126 New clothes geometry for the school life– skirt news added.
FEATURES - ARTICLES - PEOPLE
80 Gore Vidal.
81 People Are Talking About...
82 "The Plums of Curiosity." An article by Marianne Moore.
106 "Best of the Best": quick tastes of the new books.
108 Young on the Move: nine in th entertainment world.
138 Eight attractive places to eat and sleep– from coast to U.S. coast.
32 New reform program for problem skins.
52 High-speed leg beauty.
110 Diana Wynyard– the art of wearing well, a beauty biography.
54 Vogue's School Directory.
60 Shop Hond.
64 Vogue's Travelog
U.S. Vogue, Aug 1, 1960
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