The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Liberated Look cover (20 August 1971)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - light wear throughout
Cover photograph by Helmut Newton
HOW MUCH FOR LANDSEER'S LIONS? - Foreign buyers regularly comb Britain for antiques - last year £20 million worth were exported. Two Americans, Robert Freshman and Richard Ramus, provide but one example: during their annual stay they will spend over £100,000. Their visits are planned with military precision. We report their latest shopping spree One and a half pages
THE GIFT HORSE: TIME FOR SURVIVAL - In the first of three extracts from her autobiography The Gift Horse, Hildegard Knef describes her youth during the war years in Germany, her nascent acting career, her escape to Berlin, to acting again, to "the gift of success... of survival in a town pronounced dead, a town on the mend". 5 pages
BLASKET ISLANDS - "Islands with a happy past" Three and a half pages
FASHION - "Liberation Army" A military invasion has overrun the beaches of Europe. Jeans, classic casual wear in America, are being cut down to the minimum for a new look. We photographed a selection among the keenest sunbathers of all, on the beaches of St Tropez 3 page fashion (photos by Helmut Newton)