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Stella Tennant

Stephanie Talbot

Source: Fashion Photography Archive, 2015, Fashion Photography Archive

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Stella Tennant is a leading British model, known for her unorthodox “look” and aristocratic heritage. Tennant has appeared regularly in British, French, Italian and American Vogue, and numerous international editions of Elle and Harper’s Bazaar, as well as in W, i-D, and The Face in tandem with advertising campaigns for Calvin Klein and Hermès. Throughout her career, Tennant has never let her head be turned by the fashion industry or its demands, and has maintained an unaffected attitude toward f

Holly Golightly and the Fashioning of the Waif

Gabrielle Finnane

Source: Fashion in Fiction. Text and Clothing in Literature, Film, and Television, 2009, Berg Fashion Library

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In Christopher Isherwood’s 1939 novel Goodbye to Berlin, Sally Bowles is a creature of color whose clothing, which can be grubby, always has something eye-catching: “She was dressed in black silk, with a small cape over her shoulders and a little cap like a page boy’s stuck jauntily on one side of her head.” As the narrator, also called Christopher Isherwood, watches her dial a phone number he notices “her fingernails were painted emerald green, a colour unfortunately chosen for it called attenti

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