vog196403 Vogue: March, 1964

Cover: Anne de Zogheb (Mrs. Paul Anka) wears silk daisies with a daisy-shade hat by Adolfo photographed by Bert Stern 

Photography   Henri Cartier-Bresson   Bert Stern  Irving Penn  William Klein

Literary   Enid Bagnold  Clara Malraux  Louis Kronenberger

Illustrations   Jacqueline Duhème  Feliks Topolski

Vogue’s Eye View: Paris


Paris 1964  Vogue’s First Report on The Paris Collections

The prettiest dresses in America this Spring…the evening shirtwaist…pale-pink crepes…A new suit look…theatre looks…Norell’s new trouser-suit…plaid with polka dots…The Tom Jones shirt on Suzy Parker…the big change in prints…bold colours boldly wighted on fabrics…

Spring violets for small children 6 pages of Vogue clothes for children illustrated by Jacqueline Duhème

Fernanda Eberstadt…Princess Gaeteni Lovatelli and Princess Milagros Colonna photographed in Rome with their children

The Saint Laurent Message…more

Beauty: New ways to supply greatness to Eyes…Vogue’s word on make-up and colour

Features   Articles  People 

Carol Channing, star of “Hello Dolly!”

Pope Paul in the Land of Jesus by Feliks Topolski

Rudolph Nureyev “Surely This Is Genius” – two photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson

”Falling in Love” by Clara Malraux Clara and André Malraux Soon After Their Marriage

Aphorisms by Louis Kronenberger

”Lessons from a Tigress.” Passages from “The Chinese Prime Minister” by Enid Bagnold

People Are Talking About: Barbra Streisand, Star of “Funny Girl”… 

Fashions In Living “Invitaion, Mystery, Surprise.” The Gardens at Stour by Randolph Churchill

A Late Vogue  Breakfast for Eight

190  pages

CoverArt# vog196403, Last sold $65,  CoverArt ValueGuide – $25-$75.  (1) good copy in stock – send offers to sales@coverart.com



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