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Glamour, Givenchy Triptych
$799.00
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DIMENSIONS 27.25" x 45.75"
FINISH black
FRAME DETAILS Italian wood/glass
MADE OF archival giclée print on paper
PHOTOGRAPHER Knight Russell
SET OF 3
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 15 - May 18
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
In 1959, Harry Soicher and Eduardo Marin set out to create a company that stood for quality, design excellence, and attention to detail. After two generations, their company survives and thrives as the modern Soicher Marin. Soicher Marin has a deep connection with its rich past, passing the founders' love of art in every handmade picture it creates.
Why we love this

This chic scene was captured by photographer Knight Russell. Originally published in the November 1964 issue of "Glamour" magazine, the image is presented here as an archival giclée reproduction, divided into three sections to form a stunning triptych. Each print is set in a black Italian wood frame.

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