Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, author, artist, ballerina, socialite, was famous for her flamboyant lifestyle and was often called queen of the “Jazz Age”. She was married to F. Scott Fitzgerald, who fondly referred to her as the “First American Flapper”. She was a woman ahead of her time, and early feminist, searching for her own identity. Zelda is a 10” Cissette with crystal blue eyes and a side parted short blonde bob dressed in a 1920’s inspired purple satin drop waist dress with short sleeves, overlaid with silver and lavender mesh, and also featuring a purple chiffon bow on her side. Silver pearl earrings and a matching bracelet add a finishing touch as do her white cloche hat and silver lace fingerless gloves. Strappy silver pumps and nude pantyhose complete Zelda’s avante guard 20’s outfit. Between New York and Paris the party never ceases! From Madame Alexander's 90th Anniversary, Cissette, History of Fashion, Couture & Fashion, and Limited Edition collections. Limited Edition 250.