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Published April 1, 1950. Model Dorian Leigh wears a slim black rayon crepe sheath dress in this photograph by Cecil Beaton, which appeared in the April 1950 Vogue. Her black-and-white-striped organdy coat by Bonnie Cashin billows behind her, while her view is obscured by the small, veiled hat by John Frederics. Her look is finished with a large rose, fastened at the waist of her dress. Artist by Cecil Beaton
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