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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Pucci, Emilio
Description: Dress of silk knit in purple, blue, turquoise, grey and white geometric pattern with organic shapes. Designer's signature of "Emilio" in pattern of fabric. Above knee fitted skirt. Inverted empire waist in a V shape. Long sleeves and V-neck. Center back zipper closure. Designer's label on inside back shoulder: "Emilio Pucci / Florence - Italy / 100% Pure Silk / Made in Italy" Cleaning instructions and size tag attached to bottom of designer's label.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960/1972
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: Dress of black wool knit. Skirt gathers into waistline seam. Five rhinestone buttons at center front opening below waist and seven above; closure at neckline reinforced with two snaps. Hook and eye at waistline. Long set-in sleeves with five working buttons each. Knee-length. Black satin bow which is attached at the neckline. Clear rhinestone buttons are formed by large center stone surrounded by 10 smaller stones. Side slit pockets. Unlined. Retailer's label at inside neckline: "Balliets / Oklahoma City, Okla." Belt of black satin. Three inches wide with rectangular self covered buckle. Three rectangular machine-made, barred buttonhole style buckle holes. Back of belt stamped: "6 Norman Norell"
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960
Creator: Millers, Raymond
Description: Dress. Floor-length dress of ivory knit, overlaid with a gold netting. Sleeveless and with a boat-neckline, the sheath-style dress has ornate heavy gold cording around neckline, armholes, along side-seams, and hem. The skirt has small side slits, and a center lapped zipper closure located along center-back of garment with hook-and-eye closure at top of zipper. Lined with a light polyester.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960/1968
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: A) Dress of navy blue wool jersey knit. Long, dolman sleeves. Jewel neckline. Street length; princess seams. Center back zipper with hook & eye. Large patch pockets at left and right seams. Lined in navy silk. Designer's label at left seam of lining near hem: "Norman Norell / New York" Cleaning instructions label at center front neckline: "Care Instructions / Professionally / Dry Clean Only" B) Sash style belt of matching fabric. Rectangular, 2" x 108". Tubular construction with open ends. Attaches to back of dress.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Pucci, Emilio
Description: a) Dress of silk knit with orange, pink, lime, purple, white and black motif. Signature of designer "Emilio" in fabric pattern. Round, bateau neckline; elbow length sleeves. Below knee length. Designer's label on inside back neckline: "Emilio Pucci / Florence - Italy / 100% Pure Silk / Made in Italy" Retailer's label below designer's label: "Made in Italy Exclusively For / Saks Fifth Avenue" Cleaning instructions and size tag at base of retailer's label. b) Tie belt of same fabric. Fringe of clear blue beads on ends.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960~
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: A) Dress of red wool knit. Knee length with set-in waistline. Center front opening with 3 large circular black button with bound buttonholes above waistline and hook & eye and two snaps on interior of waistband. Short dolman sleeves with gussets. Fold down collar with open, pointed ends. Side slit pockets. Lined in red silk crepe. Combined designer/retailer label on lining at left seam near hemline: "Norman Norell for Neiman-Marcus" B) Black leather belt. Two-inches wide with rectangular buckle covered in self. Reverse stamped: "8 / Christian Dior / New York"
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: A) Off-white/beige cream wool jersey dress with matching belt. Knee-length or slightly longer. Long sleeves. Slight standing collar which opens at throat. Center front opening with series of 17 functional circular gilt buttons with "dimpled" texture. At throat are two non-functional buttons on the turned-back part of the collar. Buttonholes are bound, with red backgrounds. Large patch pockets at hips. Lined in a beige/cream silk. Designer's label at inside back collar: "Norman-Norell / New York" B) Long sash belt of same fabric, of tubular construction. No marks on belt.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1960~
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: Dress of black crochet knit; sheath style. Bracelet length or 3/4 length sleeves, crew neck. Princess seaming. Below knee length. Center back zipper. Unlined. Combined designer/retailer label on right inside seam: "Norman Norell for Neiman-Marcus.
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Ensemble

Ensemble

Date: 1960
Creator: Balenciaga, Cristóbal
Description: Ensemble of oatmeal colored wool tweed: a) Jacket of beige and black wool tweed with V-neckline with standard notched collar and wide lapels; short, princess seams; 3/4 length, set in, two piece sleeves; double breasted opening with four round, plastic, beige buttons and two bound buttonholes supplemented by single large covered snap inside lap at waist; fully lined in beige silk. Label stitched inside back neck below collar. b) Dress of same; sleeveless; falling just below the knee; deep rounded neckline; empire waist seam; straight skirt has slight gathers in front; left side underarm zipper closure supplemented by single hook&eye closure; folded hem; armhole and neck facings; brassiere strap keepers snap inside shoulders; unlined.
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Ensemble - Blouse and Pants

Ensemble - Blouse and Pants

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Grandval, Martine
Description: Lounge ensemble in pink silks. The pantsuit consists of a blouse and pants. The blouse is of pink silk, constructed as two layers. The inner lining layer is of plain pink gauze. The outer layer is of pink silk heavily decorated with patterns created by shibori technique dying. The blouse has long sleeves and a center-front zipper closure that runs almost the entire length of the garment and has a single hook-and-eye at throat. The collar, cuffs, hem, and flap over the zipper are a small ruffle of the same materials. The shibori patterns use green, yellow, blue, and the original white of the fabric to create bands of tiny "puckers", large circular forms, and abstract shapes. The pants are of pink silk taffeta, about ankle length, with elastic cuffs. Plain waistband, with zipper closure at center front and single hook-and-eye at waistband. Described in early records as harem pants, but lacking the fullness associated with that style. Both garments have the same series of labels. Designer's label: "Martine Grandval / Made in France Paris"; material label "100% Silk"; and retailer's label: "ViV / Neiman-Marcus / Made in France". The shibori fabric may be of Indian, Pakistani, or Asian origin, ...
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