Bridal Degil Lauren Bacall Isabel Vicomesse D'Orthez Tatler May 1957
Cover - Fashion illustration by Degil.
Bride & Home Beautiful illustrated cover May 1957
This Bride and Home number of the Tatler, with its charming cover by Degil, is designed to help a young couple set up house.
Beautiful bridal fashion shoot by Michel Molinare. Isobel Vicomesse D'Orthez wears wedding gowns by Christian Dior, Norman Hartnell and Balmain, in the newly designed flat of interior decorator Michael Kent. 4 pages.
There are pages of fashions for the young bride, articles on where to go for the honeymoon and on changing taste in furniture, and news of practical and attractive ornaments and necessities which go to make a pleasantly furnished and well-run home.
Second cover page is a portrait of Marie Louise Hennessy, now Mrs Philip de Zulueta, shot by Bassano.
Lauren Bacall portrait by Karsh, half a page feature.
Followed by 2 pages of nightwear (Trousseau Treasures', with lingerie designs by Kayser Bondorthen), 2 pages of honeymoon suggestions, then 2 pages of nuptial gift ideas.
The West Indies as a place to honeymoon, by K. Westcott Jones.
Members of the Contemporary Art Society attend an evening at the Tate Gallery for the preview of the exhibition of paintings from the Soloman R. Guggenheim Museum of New York. One page of photos of guests pictured in front of the art.
At home with the Davenport's, owners of Capesthorne Hall. 2pages.
Kitchens trim as an aircraft' design feature, 2 pages.
An English home of great character.
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