vogue 1960s

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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

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Donyale Luna photographed by Jack Garofalo, April 1968.

Donyale Luna became the first black woman to appear on the cover of a major fashion magazine. A sketch of her appeared on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar in January 1965 and the following year she graced the cover of British Vogue. Her Vogue cover came just months after her move to London. Legendary mannequin-maker Adel Rootstein, who had created a Twiggy mannequin the year before, made one of her in 1967. Luna’s was the first well-known, if not the first, mannequin of a black woman. She would later move to Italy and marry photographer Luigi Cazzaniga. They had a daughter named Dream. But her fast rise also introduced her to LSD and heroin. She died of a heroin overdose in 1979 at the age of 33.