1950. 3 Airlines (TWA, Pan Am, United), Peggy Dow from Universal and a fashion show


Peggy Dow, Universal-International starlet, in her favorite casual separates, made by Duchess Royal in corduroy. Her skirt features an inverted front pleat, and the boxy jacket has a zipper closing. Skirt and jacket available in ivory, wheat, red, yearling, laurel green. Sizes 10 to 20. Under $15 each. Her sweater is by Tish-U-Knit; her gloves are American-knit shorties. 

“Miss Cari-All” is the name Capeway has given the handsome 12-inch purse-and-overnight-bag combination Peggy is carrying. Of genuine split cowhide, it has double handies, zipped top, sturdy steel frame and two handy inside pockets. Here is a piece of luggage that can go on a weekend visit or a two-week Summer vacation. It sells for about $6, including luxury tax.

Peggy, shown in lounge of a Pan American Stratocruiser, selects a suit by Junior Accent of Verney Caprice faille, accented by a short cape and peplum. It has white pique collar and cuffs and buttons all the way down the front. In navy and black. Sizes 9 to 15. Under $25. 

In her trim suit by Sporteens, Peggy is a bright spot on the horizon. Made of soft all-wool flannel, it has a gored skirt and lumberjacket-style top with cap sleeves. In five colors—shrimp, mint, caramel, navy and sea blue. Sizes 10 to 20. Skirt about $8 and jacket about $6. 
To complete this ensemble, Peggy chooses a Sage blouse by Revelation. Made of fine washable celanese Carlyle crepe, it is available in white, magnolia pink, blue, green and navy. Sizes 32 to 38. Costs about $5. Credit Capeway for the four-piece set of high-fashion airplane luggage. 

source: Screenland Magazine | Zetu Harrys collection