(WINDOW DISPLAYS) Binder containing 38 photographs of Norell's Department Store's window displays. With fashionably dressed mannequins attired in evening, leisure and sports wear and arranged in surreal and fun tableaux. Ferrotyped silver prints, the images measuring 9 3/8x7 1/2 inches (23.9x19.1 cm.), the sheets slightly larger, five with the credit Hess, and an inventory number in the negative. 1950s
Norman Norell was an American fashion designer known for his elegant gowns, suits, and tailored silhouettes. In 1960 he found the Norell Fashion House, which was located in the fashion district of NYC. By the early 1960s Norell had become "the label of choice for the fashionable and the famous."