As someone with a family history of skin cancer (on both sides), that's my kind of beachwear!
Wow! And that's before everyone was paranoid about skin cancer. I kind of like that better than a Snuggie - at least it wasn't (as far as I know) marketed to people who find blankets too difficult to use.
Oh...My....I LOVE IT!
Funny, Snuggies were the first thing that popped into my head when I saw this.
Well there is the way to hide that winter weight!
Here's what the photo caption from Figaro Madame 1949 said:"Un amusant peignoir en tissu eponge de Schiaparelli; monte sur piquets il peut etre transforme en... cabine de bain!"Loosely translated: An amusing terry cloth robe from Schiaparelli; put it on wooden poles and it can be transformed into... a beach cabana!
I so want and need this!! Does it come in any other colors?
Funny! Not exactly "feel-good" clothing, eh? I don't know about you, but I don't want to wear any clothing item that also doubles as shelter, French pret-a-porter or not.
What is she doing under there? There's something about that photo that reminds me of the scene in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" where Marilyn Monroe is stuck in a porthole, but concealed by a coat from which the hands of the curiously adult millionaire child are protruding. (Strange how comedy and the weirdly alarming are so closely allied)
Having come from that era (barely), I picture this woman with an empty martini glass in one hand, motioning to the cabana boy to bring her another.
how funny - a Schiaparelli Snuggie! it just goes to show how everything old is new again!xox
It would sell very well in Lebanon (those women who like to bathe with their clothes on)
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