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Skirt Suit

Skirt Suit

Date: 1989~
Creator: Mugler, Thierry
Description: Skirt suit of purple worsted wool. A) Jacket has collar with long lapel with geometric cut edge; geometric cuts along hem line; double breasted snap closure with 2 purple faux buttons at front; princess seams; long sleeves with vents at the wrists, and inner shoulder pads; hits at hips. B) Skirt with two vents at front hemline; center-back zip and hook and eye closure; 19 ½” length. Designer's label: "Thierry Mugler / Paris" "Made in France"
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Very Important Bush

Very Important Bush

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Date: 1962
Creator: Mukarobgwa, Thomas
Description: This abstract painting is painted in hues of blue, red, yellow, green, gold, and brown.
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Skirt Suit

Skirt Suit

Date: 1980~
Creator: Mulger, Thierry
Description: Skirt suit. A) Jacket of fuchsia flat weave wool with ring collar and zip-front closure; long raglan sleeves with inner shoulder pads; circular geometrical stitched panels at front and back; two circular patch pockets at hips; crescent princess seams; fitted at waist; peplum at back with reverse box pleat and attached belt of self-wool with metal buckle above; lower hip length; partially lined in magenta synthetic. B) Skirt of black stretch wool with 2” waistband with diagonal snap closure; darts at front and back; center-back zip closure; 18 ½” length. Size 38 Designer's label: "Thierry Mugler / Paris" "Made in France"
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Anxiety

Anxiety

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Date: 1896
Creator: Munch, Edvard
Description: A woodcut print depicting a crowd of men and women.
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The Scream

The Scream

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Date: 1895
Creator: Munch, Edvard
Description: None
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The Storm

The Storm

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Date: 1893
Creator: Munch, Edvard
Description: None
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Claude Monet

Claude Monet

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Date: 1926
Creator: Muray, Nickolas
Description: None
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Wiggle Manhattan

Wiggle Manhattan

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Date: 1992
Creator: Murray, Elizabeth
Description: None
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Calotte

Calotte

Date: 1946
Creator: Mye, Edna
Description: Calotte of off-white satin. Styled as a calotte (also spelled "calot"), the low domed crown is covered with smooth off-white satin at front, ending in scalloped edges along front and sides with thin self piped edge with loops at upper points of the scallops; at rear, the hat has the same off-white satin folded, draped, and pleated, with a straight edge along the base. Interior of hat partly lined at front with an off-white damask/brocade fabric, the rest showing the net under-structure of the hat. Accompanied by two hatpins with oval heads covered with matching off-white satin. Maker's label inside: "Edna Mye / Dallas"
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Calotte

Calotte

Date: 1946/1949
Creator: Mye, Edna
Description: Hat of purple felt. Styled as a calotte (also spelled "calot"), the hat consists of a domed crown of purple felt, which extends down on the right side. Tied horizontally around the front of the crown is a wide band of purple taffeta, which passes through slits on the sides of the crown, and emerges towards the back of the right side, tied to become a large "pouf". The hat is lined in purple satin. Maker's label sewn into lining of hat: "Edna Mye / Dallas". The hat is accompanied by two short hatpins, the heads covered with purple felt that matches the hat.
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