Vogue: September, 1965



September 1, 1965

The New York Collections

Cover    Marisa Berenson wears pale blue chiffon and swansdown boa by Sarmi photographed by Irving Penn.

Photography: Penn; Avedon, Bert Stern

Vogue’s Eye View: The New York Collections


A special report on American Fashion

Spangled fireworks at night…poneyskin suit…Caryatid coiffures…tortoiseshell tweed gaiters…the one-shoulder evening dress…fly-front suits…Tattersall coats…the smock dress…tango-length furs

This year’s Fashion from Norman Norell

Further Bulletin from the New York Collections: Goya evenings…black ostrich with chiffon…the perfect grey coat…short velvet coat in amber yellow…long wool coat…oval capes for day

Paris: The News as we see it – A Special Vogue Report on the new French clothes

Beauty: The zap and clang of the new looks

Features /Articles/People…

Private Line from London by Virginia Cowles

The Private Jokes of Frederico Fellini by Eugene Walter

“Portrait in Blue” by Eleanor Clark

“Fizz, Bubbly, Pop.” By Evelyn Waugh

The Alarming Qualities of Ivy Compton-Burnett. By Polly Devlin

“Inkfish and Shark Kabob” by Francine du Plessix Gray

People Are Talking About:

Oskar Werner

Vogue Fashions In Living: 

A Second Fame: Good Food –Nora and George London…their recipes and interview by Ninette Lyon 

Vogue’s Notebook:

The Swan Ball in Memphis Tennessee

The Debut of Miss Susan Engelhard, in New Jersey

The Guy de Rothschild Ball in France

A Gala, near Paris, at Don Carlos de Beistegui’s

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