Sir Norman Hartnell arriving at his atelier at 26 Bruton Street, London (ca. Hartnell was a British fashion designer who was awarded the Royal Warrant as Dressmaker to Her Majesty The Queen in and subsequently as Dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth II in
indypendent-thinking: Wenda Parkinson and Barbara Goalen on the steps of Londons National Gallery wearing the New Look in Hardy Amies and Edward Molyneux designs. for Vogue, March Photo by Norman Parkinson (via BW
Fashion design by Norman Hartnell c. 1939 on display in the V&A in London. This exquisitely embroidered dress was made for Queen Elizabeth herself, along with the pearls, sash, diamonds. And a tiara just for good measure.