Photographing the 'Harald of Mayfair' dress

The research team capture images of an evening dress created by the designer 'Harald of Mayfair' which originally belonged to Vivien Leigh. The dress was later taken out by her daughter, Suzanne Farrington, who gave the dress to her aunt Dorothy Holman, the curator of Topsham Museum, in the 1970s. The dress then moved to The Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) where it is still held.
Subject Vivien Leigh
Source Royal Albert Memorial Museum
Date 2019-05-15
Format Photograph
Type Research process
Coverage 1950s