The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Sophie Ward cover (13 June 1982)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - there is a crease to top corner of rear cover and affects a few pages at the rear - light rusting to staples
ARCHITECTURE - "Romance hits the heights" A different kind of skyscraper is rising today. Architects are rejecting the glass boxes of the Sixties and reaching back into design history for inspiration. How will this change the skylines of big cities? Five and a half page feature
MRS LEAR KEEPS THE FAN FLYING When Bill Lear, visionary designer of the Learjet, died his wife Moya took over to make his last dream come true. Now, with help from Britain, success seems in sight for a determined lady and the revolutionary Fan 'plane 4 page feature
LE MANS - "Can Nimrod win for Britain?" A new British car takes to the track in next week's 24-hour race at Le Mans. What's the story behind its launch, and what chance has it of winning motor racing's most gruelling and spectacular event? Stirling Moss assesses the new Nimrod Aston Martin Three and a quarter pages
FASHION - "For hazy days ahead" Double page fashion photo. (Five models, one of which is Sophie Ward)