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 Collection: Texas Fashion Collection
Shirt

Shirt

Date: 1950/1980
Creator: unknown
Description: Child's shirt of pink rayon. Designed as a kimono, the shirt has a black band at center front opening which continues along neckline. The body of the garment is printed with multi-colored views of Japanese temples and landscapes. Maker's label inside: "Crown / Made in Japan" Size label: "M / Made in / " [cut off] This may be a child's kimono for the tourist market, rather than a youth's shirt.
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Shirt

Shirt

Date: 1950/1980
Creator: unknown
Description: Shirt of red rayon, designed as a kimono. Black band at front opening and around neckline, with white Japanese characters printed on upper section at front. The kimono has a scene of a procession by children in traditional Japanese clothing, one on horseback. At upper back is a circular printed Mon in blue and white of a trefoil leaf form. Unlined. May be a child's kimono rather than a youth's shirt.
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Headband

Headband

Date: 1960~
Creator: unknown
Description: Headband of 2" wide of faux leopard fur. Brown grosgrain ribbon lining on inside. Headband is worn on top of head, from ear to ear; when off of head, it curls up into a cuff.
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Shoes

Shoes

Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Bruno Magli
Description: Pair of woman's shoes of dull yellow/beige patent leather. Designed with square toes, the shoes have a large black patent leather bow across vamp, with oval brass buckle. The 2" high heels taper slightly to base, and are covered in black patent leather. Stamped inside each shoe: "Magli / Bologna / Made in Italy" Stamped inside shoe: "Z 293 78" Stamped on sole: "Made in Italy"; "7 / 1/2 / M"
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 1965/1969
Creator: Levine, Herbert
Description: Pair of woman's pumps in champagne satin. Designed with a square toe, the vamp has an applied plaque of same satin on which are mounted brilliant rhinestones of various sizes in horizontal rows. The low heel is covered in same fabric, and tapers slightly to base. Designer's label stamped inside left shoe: "Herbert Levine" Stamped inside right shoe: "Especially for / Ann Wardy" Handwritten note inside shoe: "7 1/2 B / D2490"
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: 196u
Creator: Levine, Herbert
Description: Pair of pumps of clear plastic and beige leather. Designed with a slightly pointed toe, the uppers are mostly of clear plastic, with a beige leather toe-box and heel, and edged in same leather. At instep is bow of same leather band. Low heel tapers to base. Designer's label inside: "Herbert Levine" Written inside: "7a / 65584"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1945/1949
Creator: Henry a la Pensée, Inc.
Description: Tuque style, hand knitted cap of purple-brown yarn. Skullcap crown with side flaps to cover ears. Unlined. Manufacturer's label: "Henry / a la / Pensée / Inc."
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Beret

Beret

Date: 1945/1949
Creator: unknown
Description: Beret style hat of ochre colored chenille yarn. Retailer's label on inside crown: " Alexander & Oviatt / Los Angeles"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1945/1949
Creator: unknown
Description: Beret style cap of off-white silk noil. Crown is of pieced construction with topstitching on all seams. Headband of same with rows of horizontal topstitching. Inner headband of light green colored grosgrain ribbon. Unlined. Retailer's label on inside headband at back: "Henrys / Dallas"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1940/1945
Creator: Jacqueline
Description: Hat of tan felt. Style resembles a garrison cap. Inner headband of dark brown grosgrain ribbon. Unlined. Maker's label on inside headband: "Jacqueline / Dallas"
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