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Simone D'Alliencourt... she's beautiful!!

Model in Polka Dots with Cigarette in Holder, for Charm magazine, Vintage black and white Fashion Editorial.

Lisa Fonssagrives smoking, photographed by William Klein, Smoke and Veil, 1956

Photo William Klein, Smoke and Veil, 1956

Simone D’Aillencourt Wearing Balenciaga in Harper’s Bazaar Nov 1960. Photo by Richard Avedon

Balenciaga, Harper’s Bazaar, Nov. 1960 Simone D’Aillencourt wearing Balenciaga in Harper’s Bazaar Nov Photo by Richard Avedon

1950s inspired Dior

Pierre Balmain, 1950 - dress styles gained popularity with the creation of Dior's postwar "New Look" in In when Dior left the army, he joined the fashion house of Lucien Lelong, where he and Pierre Balmain were the primary designers.

Jan Stewart photographed by Bruno Benini, 1966.

Jan Stewart wears Mondrian inspired Simona mini dress for Sportsgirl by Bruno Benini - 1966

Couple at Penn Station

Models Simone D’Aillencourt and Ward Purdy posiing with a whippet at Penn Station, New York, Photo by William Helburn. :) Whippets always look as if they're in need of both a hug and a doggie sweater.

Another milestone in Chanel's career: Her 1926 debut of "the little black dress" in American Vogue — a simple, calf-length frock that the magazine would call "a sort of uniform for all women of taste." Pictured: Coco works on an elevated version of the "LBD" at her Paris fashion house in 1959. By that time, Chanel was in the midst of a comeback, after temporarily shutting down her business during World War II.

Looking Back: Coco Chanel 1959 The designer putting finishing touches on yet another LBD.