Female models in 1950s women’s and men’s magazines.
The covers of magazines such as the American and Women’s Weekly were generally more colourful than their men’s counterparts, with the most common colours being red, blue, yellow and green.
The Women’s Health Weekly was the first to feature a full-length picture of a model wearing a headscarf and had a full colour illustration.
It was also the first magazine to feature photographs of the models wearing headscarves, a practice that would become a feature of many other women’s style magazines.
Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption The 1950s were a colourful time for women’s fashion and fashion magazinesSource: News.co.uk