Hilda Glasgow (1913-2004) was one of the top fashion illustrators of the mid 20th century working with clients like Vogue Magazine, Saks Fifth Avenue and Best & Co. After Hilda’s death, her daughter Liz rediscovered the original drawings inside of a white cabinet that had always housed the family art supplies and decided that it was time for the world to enjoy them again. The White Cabinet was born offering individual drawings as custom gicleé prints and notecards. Flavor Paper has turned a very select group of Hilda’s lovely ladies into a timeless wallpaper that clearly captures forty years of fashion history. The changes in scale within the figures adds a sense of depth and the outfits will make you want to get dressed up and watch “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.
Tres Chic can be printed in repeat at 50” wide or as shown for a 10’x10’ wall, but can easily be adjusted to fit your wall perfectly without losing any of the looks. Any color background can be added to make the ladies look like they were made for your space.