Here we have a business man, a cowboy, a roulette wheel, and a decked out woman hoping to score. Any guesses who will win? Fingers crossed that it was the sharply-dressed business man and not the nicotine.
This strange fashion article was published in the April 1957 edition of Harper’s Bazaar magazine. It told the reader about a wild place out west called the Las Vegas strip.
The article seemed to be as much about cigarettes as fashion. Is it just me, or does it look like this model’s mouth is on fire?
Cigarettes were a big advertising item years ago. Do you remember the Marlboro Man – or was that before your time?
Oh yes. I remember the Marlboro man and all of the other assorted cigarette advertisements. Thankfully I never took up smoking, but it was definitely part of the culture for those of us who grew up in the 1960’s.