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    February 1961

    • Adelaidebeatrice Laing

      Vogue February 1961 EDITOR: Ailsa Garland COVER Phfotographer: David Bailey (A blaze of mango - the season's most vibrant hue - that starts atopwith a straw cloche; moves on to a pale-toned mango frieze tweed coat,a leather pochette, lips and nails in Gala's Paprika (in the shopssoon). Coat, 9 1/2 gns., all Wallis Shops. Hat, Edna Wallace, £3.9s.6d.; bag, Jane Chilton, 5 1/2 gns., both at Fenwick).

    • myLusciousLife

      Vintage Vogue magazine covers - - Vintage Vogue UK February 1961.jpg

    • Dimpy Kapur

      February 1961 This is David Bailey's first cover, for an issue to which Kingsley Amis contributes: "Sex is such an appallingly bothersome and puzzling business that it is no wonder a huge mass of folklore has grown up around it – in particular, a kind of folklore designed to enable the eager young male to distinguish between the sort of female who will object to eagerness and the sort who will not." Meanwhile Gloria Guinness is the "most elegant woman in the world", wearing a Balenciaga cloche

    • Rosie Lujan

      1950 & 1960 YOUTH MOVEMENTS | First Vogue cover by David Bailey – 1960

    • Janice Kelemen

      British Vogue cover, February 1961, photo by David Bailey

    • Jason Coleman

      First Vogue cover shot by David Bailey, 1960

    • Sara Rose Leone

      February 1961- Vogue Magazine Cover Archive

    • Pınar Dündar

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