Bonwit Teller & Co
(photographer)Anne Klein (Firm)
February 1 1955
8 in (width) x 10 in (height)
Bonwit Teller window display featuring women's ensembles by designer Anne Klein. The two mannequins stand between two fixtures of colorful balls attached to black dowel framework. The floor is covered in white shredded paper. The mannequins are both wearing navy or grey ensembles as that was the theme of the collection. The mannequin on the right wears a dress with a large bow under the collar, gloves, heeled shoes and a hat while holding an umbrella. The mannequin on the left wears a long jacket, hat, gloves, and heeled shoes while holding a structured bag. Includes stereoscopic slide.
B33/ Bonwit Teller - 5th Ave. Window/ February Issue 1955/ One of series featuring navy and grey debutante fashions. Backwall painted grey-blue, floor covered with white confetti. Wooden dowels are clamped end-to-end forming tripod to which pinwheels of dowels with colored ball finials are attached. Different color finials in each window. Lights: dark blue, cold blue and white, natural white. "These are from Bonwit's wonderful Spring Collection."/ Merchandise Display News/ The J.M. Biow Company/ 475 Fifth Ave., New York 17, N.Y./ U.S. Patent No. 2360099
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