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 Decade: 1970-1979
 Year: 1970
 Collection: Texas Fashion Collection
Breton Hat

Breton Hat

Date: 1970
Creator: Dajon
Description: Hat in breton style of burnt ochre straw with burnt ochre grosgrain ribbon bow at back on brim. Style can also be referred to as pamela, halo or madeline. Wide upward brim with alternating narrow bands of flat straw. Unlined with ochre grosgrain headband. Designer's label on inside headband: " An Original / by Dajon / New York" Size tag to left of designer's label: "22 1/2" Union label: "565660"
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1970~
Creator: Delman
Description: Pair of woman's pumps of black leather textured to imitate alligator. Designed with a somewhat squared toe, the vamp has scalloped upper edge trimmed with thin gold band. Heel with same texture, tapering to base. Designer's label stamped inside: "Delman / Los Angeles / London / Paris"
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Eugenia of Florence
Description: Pair of pumps of black patent leather. Designed with a square toe, the vamps are embelished with an arched tongue shape enhanced with three concentric arches of white, tan, and beige patent leather, forming a rainbow shape. Somewhat chunky square heel which tapers to base. Designer's label: "Eugenia of Florence / Expressly for / Lou Lattimore" Retailer's label: "Made in Italy / Expressly for / Lou Lattimore" Handwritten inside: "LL 7B F973 / 1"
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D'Orsay Pumps

D'Orsay Pumps

Date: 1970~
Creator: Evins, David
Description: Pair of D'Orsay pumps of pink leather. The shoes are designed as modified open-toe D'Orsay pumps, with cut-away sides. Across instep are three wide leather bands; sides of shoe are cut away on a curve which comes up and creates the back of the shoe. The high heel is covered with the same leather, and tapers slightly to base. Designer's label: "design by / Evins" Retailer's label: "Neiman Marcus" Handwritten inside: "7 1/2 B Zelda / 1224-612 / 507 641"
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Evening Pumps

Evening Pumps

Date: 1970~
Creator: Ferragamo
Description: Evening pumps of mint green satin. The shoes are designed with a gently pointed toe and plain upper. Across instep is band of rhinestones, clear beads, and simulated pearl teardrop pendants. The stiletto heel is covered in same fabric. Designer's label stamped inside: "Salvatore / Ferragamo / Florence / Italy"
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1970~
Creator: Ferragamo
Description: Pair of heeled pumps of very dark brown polished kid leather. Designed with slightly pointed toes, the plain vamps are enhanced by flat tailored bows of same leather. Heel covered with same leather, tapering to base. Designer's label: "Salvatore / Ferragamo / Florence / Italy" Stamped on sole: "Made in Italy" Handwritten inside: "K1278 4 1/2 B / 784"
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Skirt Suit

Skirt Suit

Date: 1970/1977
Creator: Givenchy, Hubert de
Description: Suit of navy blue wool with window pane plaid in white. a) Jacket of navy blue wool in window pane plaid in white. Double breasted with circular, blue buttons. Notched collar. Long sleeves. Fully lined in navy silk. Designer's label at back neckline: "Givenchy / Made in France" (b) Skirt of same fabric. Thigh down is pleated. Upper skirt is lined in navy silk. Left side zipper. (c) White blouse of heavy silk. Neck has extra fabric to tie a bow or knot.
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Coat

Coat

Date: 1970/1978
Creator: Givenchy, Hubert de, 1927-
Description: Sleeveless coat of navy on white zebra printed wool. The street-length coat is of slight A-line, widening to hem. It has wide straps, no collar, and center front opening with 5 circular dark blue plastic buttons. At each hip is a patch pocket with simulated flap, the fabric of the pockets chosen to match the placement on the print. The coat is fully lined in navy fabric. Inside neckline at back is designer's label "Givenchy", folded so that "Made In / France" is not visible. This coat is part of an ensemble that includes a blue wool jersey knit top and slacks. Donor noted that it was "Made for Monte Carlo for day wear". There is also a hat that was worn with the ensemble (1978.013.062)
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Ensemble - Dress and Jacket

Ensemble - Dress and Jacket

Date: 1970
Creator: Givenchy, Hubert de, 1927-
Description: Ensemble consisting of a dress and jacket of brown and white printed silk plaid or tartan. The waist-length jacket has a turn-down collar and wrist-length sleeves. It is single-breasted with a center front opening with four large circular brown plastic buttons and piped buttonholes. The jacket is fully lined in off-white silk. Designer's label located inside below center back of collar: "Made in / France / Givenchy". The matching dress is mid-length, to just below the knee, with round neck and princess seaming. It is sleeveless, and has box pleats at lower part of skirt. There is a zipper closure at left side. The dress is lined with off-white silk throughout with the exception of the box pleated area. Designer's label at inside side seam near right armhole: "Givenchy".
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1970
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Hatlet of white beadwork. Base of hatlet is an irregularly shaped openwork skullcap of stiffened white mesh completely covered in white beads. Surmounting the cap are three 3-dimensional bow forms made of white beads. Hatlet has black mesh veiling, with scattered pairs of white beads worked into some intersections. Cap lined with stiffened white mesh. At either side are attached small plastic combs to secure hatlet to wearer's head. Designer's label: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago" Gift of John C. Murphy, through the Chicago Historical Society.
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