The Daily Telegraph magazine - Fashion Goes Into Purdah cover (2 July 1971)
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ARMOUR IS NOT ENOUGH - While panelled walls still pull in the public, at a seminar at Beaulieu Lord Montagu told fellow property-owners about other ways of attracting the crowds to the stately homes of Britain Two and a half pages
MILITARY USE OF THE OCEANS - A report on new developments under the sea Four and a half pages
FASHION - "Fashion goes into Purdah" The newest clothes reflect the mood with suggestive gauzes and clinging crepes. We took some to Bahrain, where the women are still heavily veiled and pass secluded lives in the harem Four and a half page fashion
THE SHOOTING OF ST FRANCIS - An intractable perfectionist, Franco Zeffirelli sets each scene, runs through each actor's part before shooting. He is making his third film, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, about the life of St Francis. It is the first he has attempted to script himself. "With this film I'm like a fatherless child," he told Caroline Moorehead who looks at his rigorous technique. "Where is Daddy Shakespeare?" Two and three-quarter pages