Published July 1, 1953
In this atmospheric image, a model balances precipitously on a large hammock. She wears a fanciful ball gown fashioned of layers of tulle. Shadows and light dance on the grass while she reposes, suggesting once again that the ultimate luxury is time. Gene Moore's delightful photograph appeared in the July 2, 1957, Vogue.
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