If you’re in London, you still have a week to see Guy Bourdin: Image Maker at Somerset House before it closes next Sunday.
Bourdin shot only one Vogue Patterns editorial that I know of: a two-page editorial for Vogue magazine in 1966. The young Marisa Berenson models a shift dress and tent coat made from a single pattern, Vogue 6916, accessorized with gloves, fishnet knee socks, and hat by Lilly Daché (click to enlarge):
As always, details could be found in the back of the magazine:
British Vogue later published the same editorial with the layout reversed: see youthquakers.
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