Voted the Class Coquette
The sensation of the stag line, Sarah ("Miss Heartbreaker") dresses to please the lads; here, in a flirtatious little bib-front fashion of challis like blue and white check fabric. Betsy Daniels for Shepardess.
Named Our Star Reporters
Known affectionately as The Nose-for-News, Marian recognizes a fashion scoop in her brilliant chrome- yellow dress of twill-weave fabric, with this year's dropped waist and pleated skirt. R.A.R. Moppets.
Another journalist, Janie, just back from a Paris assignment, appears in a couture-inspired frock of Bois de Boulogne green with white accents, front panel pleating, and self-button trim.
Elected Most Sophisticated
Jet-Set Jetta, as her admirers (and they are legion!) call her, is a born fashion leader, always the first with the latest. Here, she previews a brand-new imported cotton that looks exactly like leather, in a dashing coat warmly lined in pile and wool plaid. Gastwirth.
Beneath the coat, Jetta wears pacesetting separates - a smart pleated skirt in plaid wool and an off-white ribbed sweater with a high neck. Girltown.
Crowned Poetess Laureate
Romantic and moody, Eileen loves nostalgic costumes, deep, dark colors. Here, she daydreams in a dress of wineberry-red plaid cotton, pleated from collar to hem. Suzanne Godart for Youngland.
Picked Sportswoman of the Year
A spirited competitor, Joan loves a winning combination, even in color. For example, her bright navy coat, cut like a long pea jacket and brilliantly accented in fashionable chrome yellow. Macwil.
Acclaimed Class Comedienne
Kerry the Comic loves wit and gaiety, selects a merry little wrap around fashion in an entertaining plaid. lt's of a wool-like Orlon and rayon blend, amusingly side-buckled. Cinderella.
Declared Outstanding Orator
Silver-tongued Cathy points with pride to American Fashion, illustrates with a wonderfully chic two-piece sailor dress of navy and gray, with a bright-red tie. Joan Bellew for Kate Greenaway.
Tagged Class Tomboy
An accomplished pugilist, Eileen ("Call me lke, fellows") wins rounds of applause in her Murphy-green melton jumper, trimmed with black braid and worn over a white turtleneck blouse. Belle Frocks.
Chosen Prima Ballerina
Laurie, whose terpsichorean talents range from the classic to the contemporary, swings out on the floor in a bright-red dress with a blouson top and whirling, full-pleated skirt. Betsy Daniels for Shepardess.
Called Most Talented Actress
Maureen, destined to be seen on the wide screen, chooses a perfect ingenue's costume, a navy-and white-check dress with a short-cropped wineberry corduroy jacket. Suzanne Godart for Youngland.
Dubbed Miss Intellect
Kerrie Ann, of the astronomical IQ, presents a brilliant study in green. Her bright Orlon-and-wool jersey has a backing for extra weight, is prolifically accordion-pleated. Peri Wolftnan for Suzy Brooks.
Selected Shyest Girl in Class
Laurie poses reluctantly in a quiet little dress of a wool-like fabric in palest dove gray, with precise navy piping and red-button trim, a small white collar. Robert Love for Joseph Love.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
"The Brightest Little Fashions For The Cutest Little Girls"