Vogue UK April 1960

Vogue April 1960

This was Duffy's second magazine cover for Vogue. The first from May 1959 was made up of a Duffy fashion photograph with a coloured graphical background. This issue of Vogue released in April of 1960 features Marie-Lise Grés in the rain.

The caption reads: April showers, but who cares, Young Idea can flourish her scarlet umbrella. The dress beneath, red, white and navy striped jersey, straight skirted, short-sleeved, very chic and casual. Dress 9 1/2 gns., Jaeger branches. Umbrella by Peerless, from £4 15s. 6d., Dickins & Jones.

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