Drab, November cold, Victoria station was heated to boiling point on Nov. 11 by the arrival of 16 Parisian beauties, all model girls-- by profession and shape.
S.V. THE SAINT LAURENT (THE MALE) POSING WITH THE MODELS.
S.C.U.PAN THE SAME.
S.V.PAN LEAVING THE PLATFORM.
S.V.PAN ENTERING THE OFFICE BUILDINGS.
S.C.U.PAN PORTERS TAKING THE PACKING CASES OF THE FASHION HOUSE (ESTIMATED VALUE OF THE COLLECTION ?1,000,000.)
S.V. THE PACKING CASES.
S.V.TOWARDS LEAVING THE STATION.
S.V. PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS.
S.V. YVES SAINT LAURENT WITH HIS MODELS.
FULL C.U. YVES SAINT LAURENT.
S.V. MODELS SEATED IN A COACH OUTSIDE THE STATION.
Initials S-D. M.R./P.B.
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Background: Drab, November cold, Victoria station was heated to boiling point on Nov. 11 by the arrival of 16 Parisian beauties, all model girls-- by profession and shape. They are all from the House of Dior and were accompanied by the successor to the Dior Throne-- Yves St. Laurent--- and ?120,000 s worth of furs, feathers and fabrics.
The girls, and Yves, are in Britain for a fashion show at Blenheim Palace, country home of the Duke of Marlborough, in aid of the British Red Cross Society. Princess Margaret is to attend the show at which 150 dresses, gowns and other feminine creations, from the Number One Fashion Dictator, will be paraded by those 16 lovelies.