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Day Dress

Day Dress

Date: 1965~
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: Day dress of red wool knit. Above-knee length. Dress has a high band collar and long cuffed sleeves. Two large patch pockets at hips. Center-back zipper. Red lace band inside at hem. Partly lined in red acetate(?). Designer's label: "Norman Norell / New York" Tie belt of same material, 3/4" wide.
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Coat Dress

Coat Dress

Date: 1960
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: A) Coat-dress of beige linen with black linen trim at collar, center front and pockets. Knee-length. Rounded, Peter-Pan collar. Elbow length kimono sleeves. Center front opening with 3 circular black buttons at top and zipper from waist to hem. Two large patch pockets placed low on hips wrap around side seam from front to back. Lined in cream silk. B) Belt of self fabric backed with pale tan leather, 1 in wide. Rectangular cloth-covered buckle in self fabric. Combined retailer and designer label inside skirt: "Neiman-Marcus Dallas / Traina-Norell"
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Dress

Dress

Date: 2007
Creator: Karan, Donna
Description: Tank dress of ecru silk organza and cotton with floral embellishment of self-fabric at center neckline; bodice is composed of vertical panels of mesh, stretch nylon, and cotton; skirt of paneled, crinkled cotton has ties that can be cinched up gathering the fabric; underskirt of silk organza with ties to raise skirt in sections; full-length; center-back zip closure. Label: Donna Karan/ (Duplicate/ Not For Sale/ Style # Z2043)
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1965
Creator: Norell, Norman
Description: Day dress of brown and cream striped linen. Shift style; slightly A-line. Horizontal stripes on front of dress are individually sewn pieces with back of dress solid brown. Rounded neckline; sleeveless. Neckline and armholes edged in brown linen. Center back zipper closure with hook & eye at neckline. Lined in off-white silk.
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Ensemble - Dress and Sandals

Ensemble - Dress and Sandals

Date: 2007
Creator: Nina Ricci (House of)
Description: Ensemble: A) Dress of blues and black metallic knit, and ivory open-woven wool/ cashmere knit with long sleeves with deep armhole; scoop neckline; lined in off-white, fine wool jersey; knee-length. No label in dress. B,C) Sandals of royal blue satin accented with striped bands of black satin; open-toe; 4 ½” spike heel and ankle straps with blue ribbon bow at back; size 38. Designer's label: "Nina Ricci / Made in Italy"
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Pillbox Hat

Pillbox Hat

Date: 1950/1959
Creator: Balenciaga, Cristóbal
Description: Pillbox hat of black velvet. The low, cylindrical, slightly domed hat is completely covered in black velvet. Affixed to the center front of the hat is a roughly fan-shaped aigrette of simulated gems and metallic braid with a surmounting spray of white feathers. The crown is lined in black fabric, and has a black grosgrain ribbon running along the inside bottom edge. Sewn to the inner ribbon is a plastic comb to secure the hat to the wearer's head. No labels. The aigrette is attributed to Robert Goossens, of Paris, who is known to have supplied to Balenciaga.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1950/1959
Creator: Balenciaga, Cristóbal
Description: Hat of reddish-pink wool. The derby style hat has a domed crown made of four sections of cloth that meet at center. Each section has chevrons of stitching, which point towards the center of the crown, giving a subtle quilted effect. Narrow brim rolls upwards at sides and back. A black suede(?) bow is applied to base of crown at center left. Inside base of crown is a band of pink grosgrain ribbon. Sewn to inner ribbon band is maker's label: "Balenciaga / 10 Avenue George V Paris" and label "Made in France"
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Calotte

Calotte

Date: 1935/1939
Creator: unknown
Description: Black velvet calotte (also spelled "calot") covered with faux pearls and diamonds. The circular domed hat has a narrow, up-turned brim which is completely covered with a latticework of oval faux pearls, with faux diamonds set at each intersection. At the top of the crown is an upstanding black velvet covered wire surmounted by a "mushroom cap" beaded in the same way as the rest of the hat. Inside of brim lined with black grosgrain ribbon, the hat lined in black netting.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1915/1918
Creator: unknown
Description: Woman's black velour top hat. Designed after a man's top hat, this version has a cylindrical, slightly domed crown and narrow velour-covered brim which gently curves up. The brim has a second section below, also covered in black velour, that curves downwards, giving the brim an appearance of thickness. Around the lower part of the crown is a folded black silk taffeta grosgrain ribbon, with a large simulated silver metal buckle placed near the front on the right side of the hat. The buckle is of stamped metal simulating cut steel. The hat is lined in black silk. Embroidered label sewn to lining inside crown includes an oval frame containing a monogram, possibly RSCM, and "Gold Medal / Pattern"
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Coat

Coat

Date: 1923/1926
Creator: unknown
Description: Coat of floral brocade and blue velvet. The mid-length wrap coat is made of Jacquard woven silk(?)in a pattern of flowers in blues, taupe, and browns on a dark brown ground, with metallic gold stitching throughout. The raglan sleeves and the collar are edged in wide bands of gathered ruched aqua blue/green velvet. Center front opening with no closures. The coat is lined in aqua blue/green velvet. No labels in garment. Owned by Mrs. Carlton L. Yager of California, aunt of the donor, who called it her "Opera Coat".
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