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RESORT '55: ALL WHITE, SLIM

Feb. 07, 1955
Feb. 07, 1955

Table of Contents
Feb. 7, 1955

Pat On The Back
  • A salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, if not yet its tallest headlines

Boating
Bobsledding
Whitfield
  • Olympic Track Star Mal Whitfield of the U.S. runs, demonstrates and lectures in Northern Rhodesia at the end of a five-month international tour building good will through sport

Soundtrack
Spectacle
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Sporting Look
Steelheads
Column Of The Week
Football
Hockey
Golf
Horses
Snow Patrol
Fisherman's Calendar
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

RESORT '55: ALL WHITE, SLIM

Mrs. Loel Guinness spends most of her time in the sun on her husband's 130-foot yacht, the Calisto. In the summer they cruise the waters of the Mediterranean, and in the winter the Caribbean and the Florida coastline. As an international traveler, Mrs. Guinness is also an international fashion pacesetter, known especially for her taste in play clothes. She puts her particular stamp of approval on clothes which suit her dark, Latin beauty and her life in the sun and on the sea. This winter her favorite costume for sailing or poolside relaxing—as here in Palm Beach—is a trim, slim outfit of white sailcloth. She found it on Capri, and SI has seen the look of it from Jamaica to California this winter. Its taut slenderness differs significantly from the loose, top-heavy silhouette which has been popular in American play clothes. With a white costume, Mrs. Guinness wears white espadrilles embroidered with sea shells, from Lanvin at Cannes.

This is an article from the Feb. 7, 1955 issue Original Layout

PHOTOTONI FRISSELL