B & W print.
B & W print.
Fashion description removed from back of print: "The gifted young Gideon Oberson of Israel designed this evening ensemble in silver and gray. The bodice of the gown is made of silver handwrought by Dany of the firm of Israel Artistic Jewelry of Tel Aviv." B & W print.
Fashion description removed from back of print: "By Dorina, noted knitwear house of Israel, a two-piece at home ensemble of silk and rayon. The moving spirits behind Dorina are Yaakov and Leah Lessinger, both of whom emigrated to Israel from their European homelands." B & W print.
Fashion description removed from back of print: "Rikki Ben-Ari is emerging as one of Israel's most gifted young designers. This turquoise suit of mohair and wool is trimmed with mink by Stefan Braun." B & W print.
Fashion description removed from back of print: "This majestic evening ensemble was designed by Hubert de Givenchy for the Givenchy-Israel Collection. It is in heavy black silk, richly embroidered gold on gold, with soft kid sleeveless overblouse. The French Ministry of Fine Arts granted special permission for it to be photographed in the Louvre Museum. In the background, a priceless Louis XIV wardrobe signed in 1680 by the renowned Andre Charles Boulle, considered in his day "the most able in his trade." Photo by Ginsbourger." B & W print.
Tie owned and worn by Murray Goldman, owner of Goldman and Son store, Vancouver, BC. Murray Goldman was born in Poland and raised in Montreal, Quebec, until he entered the armed forces in the Second World War. He was stationed in British Columbia and moved to Vancouver after he left the service. Goldman's entertaining marketing ploys, such as cutting his tie in half in a television ad promoting a half-price sale, contributed to his success as a menswear retailer and fashion leader.