A singing star with a honey-sweet voice, she sold millions and millions of records. “Tennessee Waltz,” “I Went to Your Wedding,” “Old Cape Cod” and “How Much is that Doggie in the Window?” are just a few of her record-breaking hits. The new paper doll book by artist and fashion expert David Wolfe captures the singing star during the 1950s when she had become a familiar early TV personality with her own musical shows and innumerable guest shots, including 17 star turns on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Patti Page’s image was very chic and the eight pages of outfits in this paper doll book include many fashions actually worn by the stylish star, plus a selection of authentic retro looks from the collection of Scott Jorgenson. The paper wardrobe includes Patti’s trademark full-skirted gowns, smart tailored outfits and casual sportswear, too, all painted in Wolfe’s lavish and colorful vintage art style. A trio of pretty dolls is ready to cut-out and dress.