fashion returned with the help of Christian Dior, while Maybelline continued to personify "beautiful eyes."
|the New Look of Maybelline, 1952.|
New Look became revolutionary and strongly popular, influencing fashion and other designers for many years to come. Prominent Hollywood figures and the European upper-class became instant clients. Paris, which had fallen from its position as the capital of the fashion world after WWII, regained its esteemed position due in part to the attention it gained form Dior's New Look.
Maybelline represented high fashion since the 1930s, but when Dior became the mark of excellence, Tom Lyle introduced one of television's most beloved and fashionable stars of the 1950s.
|Maybelline Eyes, 1950's style.|