1959 176 Pages (Condé Nast)
Condition: Minor edge wear to binding, otherwise good.
How to achieve a paleness that's one of the most brilliant looks of 1959: palest flowers, some point d'esprit and veiling, delectably fragile make-up colours that never go deeper into the rose shades than the hat roses do. The make-up roster: new Instant Beauty liquid make-up foundation - transparent but effective; Precious Pink lipstick. Both these, by Coty. Lilly Dache hat. Also at Marshall Field; Neiman-Marcus; I. Magnin. Turquoise-bead earrings: Lord & Taylor.
95 Vogue's eye view.
96-111 The new key looks in Paris.
114 What do you think about fashion? – 35 questions that tell you.
115 Magnum sleeves – a new face in fashion.
118 The new beau geste in American fashion: rose-printed velvet suit; new jewels; new ways with beige.
122 The silk sweaterscope.
128 What blue can do.
132 The silk suit persuasion.
136 New suit content: white blouses.
138 The climate-hopping lace dress.
142 The gifted coat.
146 Unexpected price tags.
148 Silks, tanning in town – a daytime story.
152 The tailored white party dress for little girls.
154 Vogue Printed Patterns: dossier on cotton suit-looks.
156 New shape round-up – brassières, girdles, a waist cincher.
FEATURES - ARTICLES - PEOPLE
52 "Peru." By Nancy Grace.
112 People are Talking About...
113 Claire Bloom in "Rashomon."
124 Mrs. William Paley.
140 Miss Mary Sargent Ladd, Mrs. Aristotle Onassis, Countess Luis Quintanilla, Mrs. Byrne MacDonald.
150 "How to Stay Married." By Inez Robb.
158 Gossipy Memo on Jamaica.
170 "A Visit to Cincinnati." By David Daiches.
173 "Fare Thee Well." By Jack Grenard.
FASHIONS IN LIVING
158 The Roman penthouse of two Americans.
162 Steel in the scene: 18th century.
164 Steel in the scene: 1959.
166 Country cookmanship, three weekend menus.
140 Four wig-wearing women.
141 Colour tips – ten little porcelain painting fingernails now.
73 Vogue's School and Camp Directory.
84 Shop Hound.
92 Vogue's Travelog
U.S. Vogue, Mar 1, 1959
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