Published July 20, 1929
Porter Woodruff captures two women standing in a shadow of an outdoor terrace pillar as other figures relax in the background. From left: a yellow homespun collarless jacket by Lanvin with a yellow crepe blouse and a brown homespun skirt; with a pink homespun jacket by Chanel with a black, pink, and blue striped shantung scarf. The illustration appeared in the July 20, 1929, Vogue.
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