Jean Patchett Vogue Model – An American in Paris “Couture” 1950s

JEAN PATCHETT VOGUE MODEL AN AMERICAN IN PARIS “COUTURE” 1950s
Jean Patchett Vogue Model – An American In Paris “Couture” – Photography 1948 thru 1958 Jean was “a young American Goddess of Paris

Jean was “a young American Goddess of Paris Couture”. Quote: Irving Penn, Vogue Photographer

Photographers: Norman Parkinson, Irving Penn, Erwin Blumenfeld, Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Horst P. Horst, Clifford Coffin, Nina Leen, and John Rawlings

 

Eileen Ford founder of Ford Models talks about Jean Patchett & Six Decades of Defining Beauty

Wonderful documentary about Eileen Ford of The Ford Models. Eileen Ford talks about Jean Patchett as the Ford Agency’s first big model.  http://youtu.be/CXLvLjb6qgQ

Eileen Ford: Six Decades of Defining Beauty: Documentary
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Documentary about fashion icon Eileen Ford, narrated by voiceover talent Donna Reed

“THE BIG THREE” – Dovima, Suzy Parker & Jean Patchett

http://youtu.be/LCh-S7ieggA

“THE BIG THREE” Dovima, Suzy Parker & Jean Patchett Iconic Vogue Models

 

 

Jean Patchett – “THAT FACE!” – YouTube Video

http://youtu.be/fgqJtO_jwQs

Jean Patchett : That Face!” Sung by Frank Sinatra Jr.

Jean Patchett Interview

William R. Murrow Person to Person
Jan 28,1955

Jean Patchett was featured on CBS Television on Edward R. Murrow’s show Person to Person on January 28, 1955.

In Mr. Murrow’s introduction he said: “Jean Patchett has been the most sought after model for nearly seven years now.” Murrow, an Emmy Award winning journalist whose show was in its 2nd season, interviewed Jean in episode 22. Jean and husband Louis Auer V were broadcast live from their home in the relaxed style of Mr. Murrow’s TV journalism. The innately curious public got a firsthand peek inside the home and could hear and see Jean personally during conversations with Mr. Murrow. The discussions were opened by Edward R. Murrow from his wingback chair in the studio, while several television cameras at different locations allowed Jean and Louis to answer questions, and have conversations from various rooms in their home. When Edward R. Murrow asked Jean what color her eyes were? Jean replied: “Oh don’t you know?” “Why they’re brown; you’ll have to come in a little closer.” The camera moved in close to Jean’s face and focused on her eyes. Jean also spoke about the “Doe Eye” craze and what high fashion was and why models posed with serious expressions on their faces. She laughed and relaxed more for the camera as she then took a tour to show a display of her Vogue Covers. She also demonstrated for the camera how she applied make-up to her eyes and eye brow.

The 15 minute program with Jean Patchett was during the 6 year run of Mr. Murrow’s Person to Person.

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