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Halston dress ca. 1976-1978 via The Indianapolis Museum of Art - Now I see why Halston was so popular

Halston dress ca. 1976-1978 via The Indianapolis Museum of Art - Now I see why Halston was so popular

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fashion dress vintage 50s retro pinup black dress little black dress LBD lace dress 50's fashion tulle dress

The fact that this dress is only $148 blows our minds (pre-order it now!):

The Fact That This Dress Is Under $150 Blows Our Minds

Via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art  “Here… she uses silk crepe to create soft drapery; the center front panel falls in an eye-catching cascade of folds; or if desired, the panel can be wrapped around the body in the style of a himaton, an ancient Greek shawl-like cloak worn by women, similar to the chlamys worn only by men.”

Via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art “Here… she uses silk crepe to create soft drapery; the center front panel falls in an eye-catching cascade of folds; or if desired, the panel can be wrapped around the body in the style of a himaton, an ancient Greek shawl-like cloak worn by women, similar to the chlamys worn only by men.”

1970 Halston Evening dress Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY See more museum vintage dresses at http://www.vintagefashionandart.com/dresses

1970 Halston Evening dress Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY See more museum vintage dresses at http://www.vintagefashionandart.com/dresses

Roy Halston Frowick was born April 23, 1932 in Des Moines, Iowa — an industrial city that doesn't exactly scream the disco-glam aesthetic with which his work is most closely associated. Description from us.asos.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Roy Halston Frowick was born April 23, 1932 in Des Moines, Iowa — an industrial city that doesn't exactly scream the disco-glam aesthetic with which his work is most closely associated. Description from us.asos.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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