in the Antarctic: Revisiting the Magazine’s Unforgettable 1964 Shoot, “The Girl Who Went Out Into the Cold”
To sink into like a snowdrift, with all its glistening depths of dazzle: a coat of white ostrich feathers—swinging, weightless, wildly spectacular—for evenings when gala-levels are highest. Here, with a rounded white space-hennin worn over a white-wrapped head, at the crevice-striped tundra of Resolute Bay. Coat by Georges Kaplan. Hat by Halston.