Phyllis McGuire was the stand-out lead singer in one of the most popular singing trios of all time, The McGuire Sisters. Her beauty and pizzazz personality made her a popular star for decades, however, not everyone is aware that Phyllis is also a world class fashionista who has collected an extraordinary high fashion wardrobe.
"Sugartime" and "Sincerely" are just two of the big time hit songs recorded by the pretty-as-a-picture sisters who hailed from Ohio and went on to major high profile stardom. From their initial appearance in 1952 on “Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts” to their official (almost) retirement in 1968, Phyllis, Christine and Dorothy sang their way into show business history, making hit record after hit record, starring on television and singing before several presidents, too.
Today Phyllis McGuire is the unofficial First Lady of Las Vegas, a leading socialite in her adopted hometown. Her extraordinary clothing collection rivals major costume museums with fashions from stage performances and her private wardrobe by many major designers such as Chanel, Halston, Galanos and Valentino. 22 of her outfits from the 1950s-80s are included in this special three-doll paper doll book.