Monday, October 6, 2014


Natalie Wood

On The Beach 

The new 'Sand Shift' by Brigance in Dan River Fabric - at the Montego Beach Hotel, in Jamaica. Kobley and Stern sunglasses. Coro bracelet. Martex towel.

"One of the sleekest abbreviations on the beach this season, the two-piece tank suit by Catalina. Headwear; Cleopatra stripes-ticking flared over a band, by John Frederics.  

Photographs by Bruce Davidson

Where The Hot Wind Blows ...

Slim little terry beach shift by Jamison, deeply V'd to the waist in back, pom-pom fringed hem.

McMullen cable knit sweater deep V'd over a striped T-shirt. A white pants natural. Right: Denim and Gingham pairing off ... a Shirt Treet beach tunic of denim over gingham by Mr. Pants.

Jack Winter

Totally Cool ...

Cowled great-shirt of coral checkered chenille - one of the longest pullovers in sweater history. An envious over-pants look. Silk pants by Mr. Pants. Button earrings - Bergdorf Goodman.

Another Name for a Sweater

Chameleon Jacket ... rustic in the country, urban in the city, abundant chic in white-chalk blue by Lee Herman at Bloomingdale's. Weightless sunglasses by May.


Shirt-Sleeve Diplomacy

More substantial than a dress, easier than a suit. The shirt-sleeved jacket, shirt-tails slit over matching skirt - very new with a clinch of tomato-red. Maurice Retner. Marvella earrings.

Jerry Silverman

Criss Cross scarf of mink by Ben Kahn
Kislav gloves
Photography: Frances McGlaughlin-Gill

News of the White-Tie Sash, Watercolour Chiffon

Sky-blue Bianchini silk chiffon - the skirt greened by a top layer of yellow by Sarmi.

The Jewelled Gold Rings
Black Starr and Frost

Bargains in Chic
Vogue June 1962
Bruce Davidson
Jerome Ducrot
Irving Penn
Frances McGlaughlin-Gill

... eyes on the sixties at devodotcom

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