Vintage Paparazzi Star Fashions
On the go . . . on the stars!
Here are clothes designed for action . . . exciting, fall-into-winter Go-Clothes to see you through an on-the-go sea son . . . daytime, date time, nighttime. Hollywood’s glamorous stars wear them—Photoplay stars them for you to wear! GO . . . in step and in style with the stars!
ON THE GO . . . lively Gloria DeHaven poses, above, with the S.S. America as background, wearing a wonderful go-outfit by Korday. Slim skirt, vest, jacket and hat are in Juilliard new, tweed-striped cotton corduroy. Blouse in Security washable wool jersey. Vest, under $6, skirt, $8, jacket, $18, hat, $3, blouse, under $8. All, 10-18. Marlow leather bag. Dawnelle gloves. Gloria is in 20th’s “Down Among the Sheltering Palms”
JANIS CARTER above, keeps in step with style in a wear-every-where coat designed to go from morning to night, over everything. By Jaunty Juniors, in a pebbly, blackish-gray wool tweed, about $50. 7-15. Janice wears a pert little black velveteen jockey cap by Madcaps. Park Lane leather tote bag. Ciner rhinestone pin, bracelet
JANIS is all set to go walking with Liebchen, her frisky dachshund. Her day-into-date classic by Henry Rosenfeld is in striped gray, red and yellow Frankel wool tweed. And for after five, Jan changes accessories and slips off the rib-knit dickey. Dress, about $18, dickey, about $2. 10-18. Angora beret by Madcaps. Park Lane bag. Ciner jewelry. Janis is in RKO’s “The Half-Breed”
Going out on the town, Janis is all set for the theater, dinner and some late-evening dancing. Her lovely, every-season, strapless dress with matching, coverup jacket is in Cohama Capri, a new, richly textured antique silk-and-acetate, in an exciting shade called lime tone. Bodice is appliqued with white flowers and rhinestones. By Virginia Spears, about $25. 7-15. Janis adds rhinestone tulip choker and earrings by Coro. Her gold wedgies by Town & Country
Still on the go even at home. For sleeping comfort and style, Janis chooses a three-piece Tommieset that combines solid yellow cotton with Stevens Scotch plaid. She wears the reversible coat outdoors in summer. It’s plaid on one side and quilted plain on the other. The tailored p-j’s have plain yellow pants and plaid top. The set, $17.95. 32-38, tiny, regular, tall. Clix slippers. Desley bedspread
Janis romps with Liebchen, ready for any sport in cozy White Stag calf-skinner pants and cardigan. Made of Cone tweed denim, lined with warm cotton jersey, there is snug rib knit trim at calf and neck. 10-18. With gay, matching cap, $25.85 the set. Clix wool flats and Dawnelle red wool shorties add warmth
Just like every girl, Janis Carter loves informal dates and parties! She’s dressed for either in a reversible, coin-dotted skirt (blue on black or black on blue) of French cotton flannel, and a lacy wool top. Jeanne Campbell of Sportswhirl. 10-18. Skirt is about $15.95; sweater, about $8.95. Clix mules; Coro pin
PHOTOPLAY STAR ACCESSORIES
Close-ups of the star accessories Janis Carter wears with the Go-Clothes in this issue… penny-wise fashion buys for you . . . or for Christmas giving!
On the go outdoors or in: Jan’s Clix plaid wool flats shown on p. 63 with pedal pushers. Full sizes 4-9M and 5-9N, $4.98. Order from Fashions for Now, Inc., 426 Madison Ave., N. Y.
Great with her greatcoat: a new, blonde satchel bag. Top grain cowhide, double closing, $10.95, by Park Lane. At the May Company, Los Angeles; Halle Bros., Cleveland
Hot news for cold hands: going outdoors, Jan wears Dawnelle warm wool jersey gloves, bright red, $4. Mandel, Chicago; Broadway, Los Angeles; Oppenheim Collins, New York
Heirloom pin-or-pendant (pinned on Janis, p. 63): a Ciner gold-plated heraldic with simulated pearls, $10, a now-and-forever gift. Order by mail from Saks-34th, New York
Go-cap dreamed up by Madcaps for Janis to wear with her coat, and with everything: black velvet with ribbon bow, $5.95. Bloomingdale’s, New York; Marshall Field, Chicago; May Co., L.A.
Going formal, Jan wears elegant Coro “jools:” silver choker with shiny tulip pendant, matching earrings, $5 each. Wanamaker, New York; The Fair, Chicago; The May Co., Denver
PHOTOPLAY STAR PATTERN
. . . separates worn by Anne Baxter in 20th’s “My Wife’s Best Friend”
You can make all three for under $25! Here’s a line-for-line copy—in a sew-easy pattern—of Anne’s day-into-date outfit designed by Charles LeMaire for her to wear in her latest film (see real scenes from the movie, above.) Make it in the very same fabric, Security lovely wool jersey . . . stripe for the doll-waist skirt and spencer, matching heather for the date blouse. For size 14: 5 yards of the stripe at about $4 a yard, and 114 yards of plain heather at about $3 a yard
Jacket off, it’s a terrific date outfit!
It is a quote. PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 1952