(designer)Farkas S. Zoltan
(photographer)Harry Winston, Inc.
8 in (width) x 10 in (height)
Dinner dress featuring a boat-necked, black wool jersey top and "waltzing" skirt with a white lily lace overlay. The photograph was sent with a press release issued by the advertising agency N. W. Ayer & Son, and can be found with the accompanying letter in Box OSx-2, Folder 8. The description in the press release indicates that this dress was part of Traina-Norell's "precedent-shattering" spring collection from 1947, which declared that, "Daytime skirts are longer, nighttime skirts are shorter." The model also wears black pumps and opera-length gloves in addition to a diamond and platinum bracelet, necklace, ear clips, and hair clips, all designed by Harry Winston.
Complimentary Print/NOT FOR PUBLICATION/N. W. Ayer & Son Inc./30 Rockefeller Plaza/New York 20, N.Y./Telephone, Circle 6-0200;Photographs By/Zoltan S. Farkas, Inc
Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Design Archives
box 4, folder 8
Norman Norell; Traina-Norell (Firm); Farkas S. Zoltan; Harry Winston, Inc.. Traina-Norell Gown No. 533.
1947. Norman Norell collection; Scrapbooks (KA0035.03). New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
. Web. 26 Jun 2019
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