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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by justaguy, Jan 23, 2021.
Photo John Cowan
Model Jane Birkin
Fashion Forecast: 1970 Pt. 1
Photo Anthony Horth, Gianni Penati, Patrick Litchfield, Alexis Waldeck, Henry Clarke, Maurice Rogenboom
Models Pilar Crespi, Marisa Berenson, Lynn Sutherland, Cynthia Korman, Ann Turkel, Marisa Berenson, Natalie Wood, Lesley Patterson, Elizabeth, Princess of Toro, Benedetta Barzini, Charly Stember, Mouche, Editha Dussler, Birgitta af Klercker, Françoise Rubartelli, Marsha Hunt, Jane Birkin, Sue Murray Unknown
Hair Franklyn Welsh, Chany of Lewis & Hopson, Antonio of Bergdorf Goodman, Philip Mason of Vida Sassoon, Carita
Fashion Forecast: 1970 Pt. 2
Fashion Forecast: 1970 Pt. 3
Beauty Bulletin | The Renaissance Face...and the High-Key Makeup
Photo Irving Penn, Franco Rubartelli
Models Mouche, Veruschka, Bendetta Barzini, Donyale Luna
Beauty Bulletin | Four Famous Doctors Talk About...
Photo Mary Russell
People Are Talking About...
Photo Irving Penn
Subject Neil Simon
A 10-Year Gamble on Winning Strength, Bets for the 70's
Fashion on the Sun Beam Pt. 1
Models Ulla Bomser, Lynn Sutherland
Hair François of Kenneth
Fashion on the Sun Beam Pt. 2
Vogue's Decorating Finds and Ideas, Decorating Horoscope...1970
Vogue's Own Boutique...
Such a boring cover, should have used that photo of Bendetta Barzini. Stunning!! Reflects the inside of the issue much better.
Definitely agree with you! Although Jane's cover captures the transition to the 70's perfectly, Benetta's image would have make a stunning cover. I'm surprised Vogue Italia or Australia didn't use it.
From Diana to Anna— the one consistency is that the mediocre, consumer-baiting cover select is absolutely no indication of the supreme content within: Can’t judge a book by its cover and all that…
Gorgeous issue. And the political feature is as gorgeous as the fashion stories: That’s how you prop politics in a fashion publication.