Wenda Parkinson

British model Wenda Parkinson at Rosenholm Castle in North Jutland, Denmark, the home of the Rosenkrantz family for three hundred years which subsequently became open for the public. Against an eight-eenth-century pavilion, she wears a white marcella piqué dress with a cornflower blue inkspot design and a square-neck bodice with bow by Elizabeth Henry. Published in British Vogue, July 1955.

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Photographer: Norman Parkinson
Media name: NP_FA_WP127

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