Search Results

Girl's float dress

Description: Girl's float style dress of green/blue/red plaid cotton/polyester blend. Rounded, bound neckline on rounded yoke with collar of self and second, overlaying collar of white eyelet lace with scalloped edge; trimmed with flower of red fabric with green leaves. Long sleeves, gathered into cuffs. Center back zipper closure. Unlined. Maker's label inside at left of zipper: "Florence Eiseman". Original paper tag still attached.
Date: 1989
Creator: Eiseman, Florence & Larson, Teri Shapiro
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Romper

Description: Infant/toddler's romper in pink and white gingham. Sleeveless with embroidered lace down side seams; green and white flower appliqué at right hip. Elastic legs with snap closure at crotch. Designer's label: Florence Eiseman
Date: 1987
Creator: Eiseman, Florence & Larson, Teri Shapiro
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Child's dress

Description: Little girl's holiday dress of red cotton velveteen with yoke of white pique cotton. Short puffed sleeves; Peter Pan collar trimmed with large red velveteen rose and brown/green faille leaves. Yoke has scalloped hem embroidered in green with green leaves and red satin stitch flower dots. Skirt gathers into yoke. String tie belt of red velveteen at back. Center back zipper closure. Unlined. Designer's label at left of zipper: "Florence Eiseman / -4-"
Date: 1986
Creator: Eiseman, Florence
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Child's dress

Description: Young girl's dress of white cotton in 20's style. Low waisted blouse bodice has royal blue polka dots, box skirt has royal blue stripes, and 3" royal blue border at dropped waist with a bow on the left. Short puffed sleeves have white grosgrain at shoulders to reinforce the gathers. Round neckline. Center back zipper. Bodice is lined in white cotton; skirt unlined. Style #67186. Designer's label at back to left of zipper: "Florence Eiseman / 8"
Date: 1986/1987
Creator: Eiseman, Florence
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Back to Top of Screen