Vogue Feb 1959 Model Lucinda Hollingsworth
Photo Karen Radkai
Appearing in the April 1958 Vogue, this photograph by Richard Rutledge established the latest sensation in natural-looking highlights, dubbed Blue Lightning by Clairol. By posing a strikingly made-up model leaning over a glass table, Rutledge centers the focus on her face and hair.
In this glowing photograph by John Rawlings, the model acts merely as a frame for the Fabergé egg, which emits a radiant shower of light. The gold and jewels found in the piece are echoed in the model’s collar necklace, which is made of square-cut emeralds and round diamonds and is paired with a matching ring. The evocative image appeared in the December 1, 1958, Vogue.
White on white makes quite the style statement. Standing againt a wall, a model sports a bathing suit by Carolyn Schnurer. Honey-beige in color, slightly crinkled, and trimmed in white, it is offset by a straw bag and sunglasses. The model’s rapt expression and natural pose give this work a particular energy. Clifford Coffin’s photograph appeared in the November 15, 1954, Vogue.
Photo Clifford Coffin