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Balenciaga GIVENCHY Paris GRUAU Norman Parkinson VOGUE magazine UK

Balenciaga GIVENCHY Paris GRUAU Norman Parkinson VOGUE magazine UK

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A beautiful and rare British Vogue magazine from April 1953.

Coronation Preparations in advance of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. 
Carl Erickson makes some beautiful royal illustrations. What to wear at the Abbey on June 2nd 1953. "Bring a sandwich, cut a hole in your gown to create a pocket and hide it in your dress" - full of great advice! A glimpse into another time and for the Royal establishment.

Spring begins with a new hat - What to Wear With What : Colour Guide

Stunning illustrated fashions by Carl Erickson, Sylvia Braverman and 3 adverts drawn by Rene Gruau: Jaeger, Goya and Dickins & Jones. 

Spring fashion including hats, fabric samples, shoes.

Society profiles by Norman Parkinson, Horst and Cecil Beaton.

Fashion news from Paris.

Givenchy, Griffe, Norman Hartnell, Hardy Amies, Worth, Balenciaga.

Fashion photography by Henry Clarke.

CINERAMA - a great feature on the new sensation at the cinema, Three screens to tackle the encroachment of Television, Hollywood went widescreen, very widescreen with the advent of a triple camera and triple projection. The Robe is about to premiere in London. How The West Was Won is another notable Cinerama film. S-D is tacled about and Cinerama is described as immersive cinema with multiple stereo sounds outputted.

Wonderful colour full page ad for children's shoe styles.

210 pages.

Excellent condition  VERY rare - bright, clean and flat with the spine sturdy and contents perfect.  The photograph is of the actual magazine you will receive also showing the back cover.

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