Flair JANUARY 1951 Vol. 2 No. 1.
Place Published: Paris, France:
Publisher: Gardner Cowles,
Date Published: 1951.
Description: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Flair Magazine, January 1951-Vol. 2 No. 1. 124 pages in NEAR FINE condition with light wear on back and chipping on top spine end. Pages are tight with a small dent in the mid-top of page edges. JMVintage specializes in books, magazines, and other treasures related to the Duke & Duchess of Windsor...and curious subjects. The cover features:(Lime Green, Yellow and Blue colors with small cut out circle showing ski model}.. In FLAIR we attempt to produce an atmosphere of roundness. First our cover-traveling from sun to ice; then within the issue, from the warmth and ease of resort clothing to the glacial frost (geographically and politically) of "The New Society in Moscow," we move toward roundness and the full circle. When there is news we tell it. Where there is nuance we show it..by Fleur Cowles, Editor. FEATURES: Life With Papa by Mary Hemingway; The New Society in Moscow by Vaili Kotov; Walter Lippmann, Pundit and Prophet by Richard H. Rovere; The Lady and the Bear by Theodore Roethke/ART: Woman of the Biennale; Searle's Girls; Winston Churchill; Artist by John Rothenstein; British Festival Sketches by Barbara Jones; London Sketches by Francis Marshall/ ENTERTAINMENT: London Roundup: Art Theatre; Tortilla B Flat by Eddie Condon/ TRAVEL: Britain and 1951; London by Beverley Nichols; A Touistr's Map of London by Leonard Rosoman; Guide: London Made Easy by Iris Ashley/FASHION FOR WOMEN: White Wine, New Color Clarified; Bright for Beach; Light by Night, Evening Dresses; The Texture of India by Santha Rama Rau; Some Easy Touches, Accessories; 1951: The Dissolving Line; FASHION FOR MEN: Always Fair Weather.Beach Clothes; All Round Good Deal.Sports Clothes; An Authority Notes by Stanley Marcus/BEAUTY: Shades and Shadows/HOME LIVING: Just Press the Button by Ogden Nash; How to go About Buying Equipment; Soup by Machine by Helene S. Walker.Binding: Paperback
Condition: Near Fine
Book Id: 18567