Published September 1, 1966
In Ted Hardin's black and white photograph, two models sit in profile, each wearing a long hairpiece. The blond's hairpiece is known as a fall, and the brunette's is known as a switch. They look off into the distance, lending a surreal quality to the work. The vintage fashion image appeared in the September 1966 Glamour.
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