Audrey Lewis's delicate descriptive drawings appeared in British Vogue for many years from the late 40's up to the end of the 50's.
From 1950, she was British Vogue's almost sole standby. She was a charmingly straightforward illustrator in the Eric mould, professional, conventional and predictable in her work. Unassertive, she nevertheless established a certain presence which was quite her own.
This illustration is from 1951, showing a strapless short cocktail dress with flowered coat.
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