Here is a beautifully styled Cadillac ad that appeared in Vogue magazine. The ad shows a scene with a woman waiting inside a silver 1964 Cadillac while her date buys flowers in the rain. Everything in the ad is classic. The women in the car, the umbrella, the man in the suit, the wet city street, the flower stand, and of course the car. What is it about an ad such as this that appeals to us 50 years later?