Liz (Benn) Pringle in Carolyn Schnurer's white oxford cloth shorts and top with white cord passementerie based on a djellabah, photo by Louise Dahl-Wolfe in Tunisia for cover of Harper's Bazaar, June 1950 | by skorver1
As a staff photographer for Harper’s Bazaar, Louise Dahl-Wolfe introduced a witty naturalism to the staid conventions of fashion photography.
Harper’s Bazaar, February 1958 Dolores is wearing a coppery-dotted black point d'esprit dress, billowing from a point just below the bosom into a great, blown skirt that's caught above the knee with a satin bow. By James Galanos.
I am pretty sure she's flashing the bird. road rage with style ;
1956 Dating Dilemma: "One of my girlfriends insists that you should not let a boy kiss you good-night unless you love him. Another says a kiss just shows him that you had a good time and would like to see him again.
Women had such class, 1954
Fashion photo by Elsa Haertter, ca.
April Harper's Bazaar 1950 by Louise Dahl Wolfe Wearing an ivory silk shirt and a curved hat by Sally Victor.