Published May 1, 1972
In this fashion photograph taken at the site of the Olympic Games in Munich, a model assumes a journalistic pose. Feigning to operate a video camera, she wears a short-sleeve, button-front polo shirt, twill panel skirt, and strappy leather sandals. She carries a white leather bag. The photograph, by Henry Clarke, appeared in the May 1, 1972, Vogue.
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