1960s Norman Norell Tweed Suit
Norman Norell really knew how to make a suit. As far as construction and quality of workmanship and materials, he rivaled the best couturiers in Paris, Italy and Spain.
This suit is made from rich wool tweed. I love how the seemingly random bits of lack and white actually created stripes when you view it from a distance. The skirt is a classic, below the knee straight pencil cut, with a side metal zipper and silk lined side pockets. It is fully lined in silk. The jacket is just adorable. Its double breasted, cropped and slightly boxy. It is fully lined in black silk with pink silk piping along the edges. The buttons are shiny black plastic with white edges. The lo