23 Years Apart: 1945-1968
Restored for Collectors' Reference
We generally think that mens' fashion doesn't change very much. These two diverse cover interpretations surely have a different mood. Yet what is still the same? Trousers and jacket. The groovy 60s look for casual activities has thankfully, passed. Yet the basic suit is still quite the same over, not just these 23 years, but well over 100 hundred years.
The first cover is painted by the same artist that did a series of Vanity Fair political paper dolls- which we do carry; Alajalov. The figure is a military man of WWII, but he is allowed the dream of being home to live, do business, play, and rest. The second cover is photo-derived. This fellow also is dressed for business, but his leisure clothes are very casual, and faddish indeed. BTW- the cover design showed some of the costumes going off the edges of the page. Nothing is missing from the original presentation.
As it's always a kick to find paper dolls in unexpected places, these two provide opportunity to bring two covers' style periods side by side showing two modes of dress as well as thought. I shan't philosphize...but you can simply enjoy and make of these what you will.
Two 8.5" x 11" pages laser printed on 80# cardstock and stored in crystal clear seal-top bag.
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