Jean Patchett by Irving Penn, Vogue UK cover, June 1950. "Black and white - more brilliant than colour; symbolic of a black andwhite season. Wide, round, level hat by Lilly Dache. Silk organdiecoat-dress: Larry Aldrich. Scarf by Kimball" (Vogue) My favourite vogue cover off all time! Black and white makes it more classy.
June 1918 ~ Cover by Coles Phillips ~ Clarence Coles Phillips (Oct 1880 – June 13, 1927) was an American artist & illustrator who signed his early works C. Coles Phillips, but after 1911 worked under the abbreviated name, Coles Phillips. He's known for his stylish images of women & a signature use of negative space in the paintings he created for advertisements & the covers of popular magazines.