Jeffrey Banks and Bridget Foley in conversation at Parsons School of Design
Prussian-blue Pilgrim-collar wool coat with black buttons, Fall 1968
Black wool jersey gown inspired by John Singer Sargent’s ‘Madame X,’ with criscrossed back and ice-blue satin belt, Spring 1967
Spring 1967 gown, front
Pale pink silk faille ruffled cape, early 1960s.
Black dolman-sleeved gown, covered with bugle beads on silk chiffon, 1972
Olive wool twill suit with passementerie trim, early 1960s
Angola baby alpaca gingham swing coat in beige and white with large bone buttons from Norell’s final collection, Fall 1972
Silk crepe obi dress, Spring 1965
Camel’s hair skirt with deep hem and facing bound in silk and hemstitched by hand.
Ivory wool sheath evening dress made without darts, Fall 1964
Cashmere pea jacket, Fall 1964
Sable-collard double-breasted belted wool coat with matching sable muff, late 1960s
Mid-1960s tweed dress
Detail of sheath dress
Detail of a sheath dress, which eliminated the need for bust darts.
Jersey dress with self-fabric belt, Spring 1966
Fall 1960 collection
Empire-waisted purple sequined dress, mid-1960s
Black and ivory striped duchesse satin with a black fox hem, belted in trapunto-stitched pink satin and topped with a black silk jersey turtleneck, Fall 1967.
Little black dress
White cotton organdy sailor dress, Spring 1968
Sailor dress, Spring 1968
Bugle-bead-and-pearl-embroidered dress, 1963
Black and gold sequins in giraffe print, mid-1960s
Camel’s hair jacket over a sleeveless painted mermaid top and slim floor-length skirt, mid-1960s
Norman Norell and his models
Norell editorial shoot, Fall 1960
Looks from 1964
Silk crepe chemise with bow, mid-1960s