September Vogue 1952 The tweed is a green bouclé, a wonderful new green softened with grey. The coat is a redingote style, cut straight in the front and with deep pleats at the back held by a martingale. By Hermés.
When Lee Miller first came to New York, she became one of Edward Steichen’s favorite models. She wears a printed dress with Black, Starr, and Frost jewels in this portrait from the June issue of Vogue. Photo: Edward Steichen for Condé Naste
Henry Clarke was a great great fashion photographer of Haute Couture in the and He worked for the American, French and British Vogue Magazine from 1950 to the late and was the photographer on major fashion shoots for the magazines.