Vanessa Redgrave photographed by Bert Stern for Vogue Magazine, February 15, 1967.
First pic: Vanessa Redgrave modeling a silk tunic and tights by Ferro for Ferro Ettehadieh, in lavender, pink, yellow, blue and green, with Mimi di N bracelets and Miriam N necklace.
Second pic: Vanessa Redgrave modeling a Ban-Lon leotard in yellow, blue, and green, under a rhinestone studded, clear vinyl coat, both by Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby, big earrings by Nucci, and cuff bracelets by Maison de Fou.
third and fourth pic: Vanessa Redgrave sits with both legs bend back wearing a Ban-Lon leopard; and Rochanbeau wool dirndl skirt all by Ginori with House of Joy chains and Omega watch on a Jacob-Bender watchband; Warner make-up.
Fifth, sixth and seventh pic: Vanessa Redgrave stands wearing a plaid dress and matching legs by Oscar de la Renta made with Caprolan nylon with Nucci earrings; Michael Hic and Mimi di N bracelets.


Signed photographs by photographer Bert Stern of Audrey Hepburn for Vogue Magazine, 1963. 

From the fashion editorial - The Givenchy Idea:
A cocoon of romancey pink tulle with an inner layer of embroidery –mother of pearl, paillettes, sequins, glittery pink and silver thread–and yards of white tulle stole. 

“The gossamer quality, the whole idea of it fascinated me; it’s a dress that has to be worn.” - Audrey Hepburn describing her Givenchy dress for her Vogue photo shoot, 1963


Donyale Luna became the first black model in the world to appear on the cover of a major fashion magazine…..the  March 1966 British issue of Vogue. It took another eight years for the magazine’s American counterpart to do the same…..Beverly Johnson in 1974.

With her exotic looks, Donyale quickly rose to fame in the modeling world with Harper’s Bazaar featuring a sketch of her on the cover of its January 1965 issue, in addition to a six-page feature of Luna that caused advertisers in the south to pull advertising, with some readers actually canceling their subscription.