Seams Perfect
© Hearst Corporation ®Alberto Vargas

Seams Perfect

By Alberto Vargas
About the image

This young lady is dressing with meticulous concern for an elegant evening. The vanity revealed as she peers over her shoulder to align the seams of her silk hosiery, highlights the importance of fashion in the 1940s. The grace of her movements and sheerness of her gossamer teddy allude to her sensuousness.

Originally published in the Esquire Calendar for March, 1941. The original artwork is part of the permanent collection at the Julia Spencer Museum at the University of Kansas.

Release Notes:
​This image was printed on a patented archival paper called Opalesque which has a surface that emulates the look and feel of silk.

Collector's Notes:
This fine art print was published in San Francisco in cooperation with the Hearst Corporation/Esquire. It bears the registered trademark "Varga" signature logo applied via silkscreen to the finished work. 

Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery of their artwork.

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