TX: inscribed with fountain-pen at lower right in Greek <To Megakles / With love / Erica>, stamped at rear lower right <T&D DIAMANTOPOULOS / fashion & advertising photographers / Koubari 8 Kolonaki tel. 3636472>
CM: Takis Diamantopoulos' Portrait of Erica Iliopoulou was one of the photographs illustrating the story entitled Fourteen Smart Ladies Dressed by Known Designers in the 'Cover' monthly fashion magazine of February 1980 (issue #9). This portrait's caption (herewith reproduced) reads: "Erica Iliopoulou: Works as manager to the office of the minister of transportation A. Papadogonas. Preoccupied most of the time with her work, she hardly finds the time to exercise, which is why she chooses to walk a lot and at great lengths. Regarding the way she dresses: «I like simple classical clothes, but above all I am concerned with their quality». Her dress of black muslin is by Philimon. She wears white and black Vacheron Constantin pearls. Her perfume is First by Van Cleef."
Erica Iliopoulou happens to be amongst the most fashionable and chic ladies of Athens. Her maiden name being 'Rogakos', Erica Iliopoulou dedicated this photograph to her nephew, Megakles.