January 26, 2012

A Page From A French Fashion Magazine, April 1956

Ooh la la, mademoiselles! Torn from the pages of Plaisir de France:

Jeanne Lanvin suit ensemble in black rayon canvas.

White two-piece ensemble by Christian Dior.

Two-piece ensemble in white pique by Hubert Givenchy,
a favorite designer of Audrey Hepburn's.

Christian Dior robe du soir in white tulle and point d'esprit.

Au revoir, until next time Vixens!


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