She wore two scarves. One of wool to match her coat. The other of cotton to match her dress. She looked stunning. But anyone who dressed up for a Chaucer class would definitely not find me appealing."
That's from, Sitting Behind Cybill Shepherd, a charming piece by Hal Sirowitz, former poet laureate of Queens. I just came across it on Mr. Beller's Neighborhood. Hal was lucky enough to get a view of Cybill's inspiring shoulder blades in 1968, the same year she graduated high school and won a career-launching modeling contest.
I wrote here about my love for Cybill. At left, she demonstrates that her front is nothing to sneeze at either.