Sir Cecil Beaton, In the Manner of Edwardians: Princess Paley and Miss Mary Taylor, 1935.
The last page.
A recent trip antiquing led me to this 1927 issue of Picture Play, which I've been savoring slowly. I want to hold dramatic readings of practically every page, particularly the letters section, complete with passionate defenses of Rudolph Valentino and incisive critiques of the actresses of the day. Again, a few favorite pages:
Altogether worthy of a low bow!
Julia Faye rather likes playing naughty women. She thinks they are interesting.
Finally, me on parade:
Dress, Balenciaga, worn over a tank top as slip, American Apparel. Shoes, Marni.
Bracelet, my grandmother's graduation present.