YOU KEEP ME UNDER YOUR SPELL
Vogue's Davy Crockett
shouldering a spectrum of Emba mutation mink
The whole range of Emba mutation mink - all owing their existence to a lonely platinum grey mink that "happened" in Wisconsin (a mutation happens once in every 33,000 times); a far-sighted mink rancher set out to perpetuate the strain, and test Mendel's law.
Came success, and all of today's mutations. Of the great eight - some wear new 1955 names. Cerulean - a true blue mink; Lutetia - a mellow gunmetal; Azurene - a pale grey; Desert Gold - a light sunny brown; Autumn Haze - a rosy brown; Jasmine - warmly beautiful white; the newest mutation, Diadem - a warm champagne; Argenta - the grandchild, 25 generations back, of that lonely platinum mink.
The Quick Grey Mink
New casual magnificence in Emba Azurene. Velvet beret from Emme, gold and diamond earring from Schlumberger.
Vogue July 1955
Lutetia Mutation Mink
Constantino of Christie Bros.
Autumn Haze Mutation Mink
Richard Scott for Coopchik-Forrest
Master Furriers Guild of America
Maurice Kotler, Paris
Jeanne Nataf, Paris
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