white cotton plain-weave shirt-dress; wired green wool serge skirt fall–winter 1998–1999, junya watanabe photography anthea simms
future beauty: 30 years of japanese fashion
“such great inspiration!”
“Ann Bonfoey Taylor was a gifted sportswoman and had a discriminating eye when it came to fashion. She graced the pages of Town&Country, Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue throughout the 1950s and ’60s. Nicknamed Nose Dive Annie, she was an alternate on the Women’s Olympic ski team, a flight instructor for the Navy in WWII and an accomplished equestrian and tennis player.” —Charlotte Moss
Ms. Bonfoey Taylor in classic Western attire for riding by Toni Frissell via The Wall Street Journal, and via ARTBOOK.