Anna Marie Magagna
Boho Chic
c.1969-1970

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"Boho Chic", c.1969 is an ink and gouache fashion drawing of a stylish figure on tan paper. Framed.
Clothing Designer: Sonia Rykiel
Model: Erika Becker
Original for Bendel's, ran in The New York Times.

As a young artist Anna Marie Magagna was discovered by the American retail groundbreaker, Geraldine Stutz, then President of Henri Bendel in New York City. Stutz, selected Magagna to be the exclusive artist for Bendel’s from 1969 to the early 1970’s. this proved to be a revolutionary moment in fashion history-- when the “look” changed in Europe from elegant to edgy. Stutz, a fashion innovator, recognized the shift and with Magagna’s fashion illustrations in The New York Times, abruptly changed the look of Bendel from cool, lovely, sophisticated and elegant to savvy, smart and edgy elegance.

Details

  • Condition
    Excellent
  • Dimensions
    25 in. H x 21 in. W
  • Seller Location
    Scarsdale, NY
  • Reference Number
    LU37331205163
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