Published September 28, 1929
Carl Erickson's moody portrait features a woman posing against a building while gazing intently at the viewer. She wears a a black broadcloth coat by Lelong with Persian lamb peplum and collar and a Pattes de Velours skirt. On her head is the Coup de Poing, a soft-brimmed hat of silk broadcloth and felt by Maria Guy. The illustration appeared in the September 28, 1929, Vogue.
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