Proving that “all the world’s a stage” for fashion is this élégante on the cover of Vogue’s Hot Weather Fashions Number of July 1, 1919. Drawn by Helen Dryden, she navigates the sand and sea in a chic, and heavily accessorized, get-up. Shaded by a tangerine colored parasol, her printed scarf unfurls in a cooling breeze. On her feet are laced water shoes, on her head a feather-trimmed turban. Earrings and a ring complete her modish ensemble.
Vogue Cover by Artist Helen Dryden, originally published on July 1919. Linen Style Finish to reduce glare. Made in USA.
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