1960. Two TV actresses, Janet Lake and Nancy Nelson turn into fashion models


Nancy (left) poses in a cord-trimmed denim skirt with crushed belt. By Patty Woodard, about $12. Her denim-ticking crop top sells for about $7. Both are wash 'n' wear. Janet is wearing culottes (popular quite a few years ago and making a big comeback this season) by Ann Kelly. They're drip-dry cotton and acetate lightweight ticking appliqued with strawberries, about $11. Coordinated shirt sells for about $8. 

Janet models a nautical-blueprint shirt of cotton broadcloth; about $8. The tugboat pants of Wabana cotton are also available in red and blue, about $6. Nancy's cotton-broadcloth sleeveless shirt, like Janet's but in reverse colors, is about $5; matching tam, about $3. Cotton Wabana shorts, in same print, are about $4. All by Phil Rose. 

Nancy in combed-cotton car coat by Ardee Sports-wear. Olympic emblems are woven into the braid trim of the wash 'n' wear coat (about $16) and Capri pants (about $8). Janet wears cotton-alpaca knit with insert. By Phil Rose, about $5. Knit pants, $6.