French fashion model Jacky or sometimes listed as Jackie Mazel was a favorite of the leading French designers of the fifties, but was most notably associated with the House of Givenchy.
Jacky Mazel in the 1950s
Mazel regularly appeared in editorials in L’Officiel, Jardins des Modes and other leading European fashion magazines. Take a look at these glamorous photos to see portraits of a young Jacky Mazel as a model in the 1950s.
Hubert de Givenchy adjusting the fitting of his design on model Jacky Mazel, 1953
Jacky Mazel in a lacquer-red satin dress buttoned severely down one side accented by a contrasting stole of celestial blue paper taffeta by Hubert de Givenchy, photo by Richard Dormer, Town & Country, December 1955
Jacky Mazel in a linen tunic and narrow skirt that buttons on the side worn under a loose collarless jacket by Christian Dior, handbag by Violette Cornille, photo by Philippe Pottier, 1955
Jacky Mazel in Autumn Haze EMBA mink coat by Marron Fourrures, photo by Philippe Pottier, 1955
Jacky Mazel in beige wool coat with coachman’s cape collar worn with blue velvet cap, by Hubert de Givenchy, photo by Philippe Pottier, 1955