Vogue 1956 Photo by Richard Rutledge. New elegance in the skirt-sweater-shirt. Everything’s the same soft maple sugar shade in different textures. Silk shirt, Orlon cardigan and a Hockanum wool tweed skirt.
Terry O’Neill’s shot of a barefoot Jean Shrimpton on a rain-soaked street on her way to a fashion shoot typified the unconventional and informal attitudes of young women in A Look Back at The Year of the Revolution