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  • Aqua satin evening gown from the 1960s

    This woman's aqua satin evening gown has shoestring shoulder straps, a low, straight neckline, slightly dropped waist, and a bodice tightly fitted by long darts. The skirt is straight with a single pleat at the side front. There is a side zipper. Label: "Philip Hulitar." The matching sleeveless jacket with horizontal stripes of alternating aqua, green and dark blue, connected with faggotting, fitted by long darts at the waist, and has a side closing. Label: "Claire Pearone, Paris-Detroit."…

  • Two piece evening gown made of white alaskin from the 1960s

    Woman's two piece evening gown made of white alaskin. (A stiff, dull fabric, possibly part wool.) The bodice is tailored like a man's jacket or vest except that it has a high round neck. It is single breasted with four decorative buttons of white braid with a white drop bead in the center. The neckline and pocket flaps are also edged with rows of white braid and beads. The floor-length, straight skirt has two rows of braid and beads at the hem and an elaborate kick-pleat in the back. Both pi…