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1 Kent, Leticia; Rose, Barbara Vogue Magazine (US), October 15, 1972
USA Conde Nast 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair 
134 pages. Features: How to look really marvelous and beat the weather - light, wrappy furs against the cold, the raincoat that looks like a raincoat, wind-cutting leathers and sued - warm head, warm hands, warm feet; The Pale Colors - freshest way to beat the weather - peach - new year-round clolring for pants suits, sweater sets, shirtdresses; The heathery knit smock over pants at night; Vogue Patterns - new shirty looks in whitened jersey; Norell and Galanos - superstar day looks from their new collections; Wrap-up furs to beat the weather - the most silver fox, chopped coats in lynx, in mink, fox with suede, mink with knit, the sealskin shirtcoat, the nutria wrap-and-tie, the lynx polo coat; The New Dash from Spain - clothes for the casual life anywhere; Ski Gear - the real thing; Keep smiling and nobody will know you're exercising; Survival notes to add moisture, beat dryness - how the weather works - how to outsmart it; The Private Pat Nixon; People are talking about Alan Bates; Your Mind - how it makes you health and how it can be used against you - an interview with Dr. Perry London; New Texas Boom - great art and great architecture; Tower in Spain - the vacation house of Manuel Pertegaz; Rita Hayworth horoscope; and much more. Usual library markings. Above-average wear. Front cover missing A worthy reading copy. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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2 Lyon, Ninette; Kent, Leticia; Rose, Barbara; Bell, Quentin Vogue Magazine (US), September 1, 1972 - The Big Annual September Issue - Over 300 Pages
USA Conde Nast 1972 First Edition Paperback Fair 
314 pages. Features: Vogue's Point of View on the New York Collections; The New York Collections - ease is the essence, the sweater-and-skirt-suit, the shirty, unwaisted dress, the big-evening dress with nothing big about it, the suit that's like being in separates, the coat for this year - the wrap-and-tie, the blouson jacket, the chopped coat over pants, a raincoat that's really a raincoat, brown at night; Aubergine - new color at night in the New York Collections; Great day looks in the New York Collections - all-of-a-tone dressing, the suit with a blouson jacket, rolled sleeves, sweaters underneath, real raingear, the wrap-and-tie coat - every way over everything, easy little suit looks, pants suits, sweatery dresses, soft swingy navy, the furry chopped coat over pants; Evenings in the New York Collections - the long black dress, bare and covered, the sequin pants suit, pale, soft looks, the pale fluffy fur to wrap yourself up in at night, the short, bare evening dress, little black dinner suits, the new small-evening dressing ; A Vogue Editorial - furs, fashion, and ecology; The New York Collections - fashion across the country; New York Address Book of Beauty Specialists; Real Makeup and shorter hair - the essence of beauty today; This Year's Face - the makeup you'll want for this year's fashion; Hair - the dropout problem; Moroccan Food; Films vs. Plays - Norman Mailer Speaks; Richard Serra - Monumental Artist; Who Was Virginia Woolf Afraid of?; Winning the New York Space Race - Mr. and Mrs. Guedaliahou Shiva; Winning the New York Space Race - Jeanette Bonnier; Vogue Horoscope - John N. Mitchell; Vogue Travel - Bermuda; and much more. Usual library markings. Above-average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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