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Freiburg, Germany, 1937.

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Black Velvet Chiffon Evening Ensemble
American, 1930s
Of velvet voided to chiffon patterned with variously sized ovoid dots, the sleeveless dress body hugging at hips and flaring from mid thigh, with inverted V seaming at torso, low angular cut armscyes, low V back, slight train, and long sleeved cardigan jacket, the jacket labeled: Nat Lewis/New York.
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Two Blue Cut Velvet Evening Gowns
American, 1930s
Each cut velvet chiffon, the first all blue, with velvet leaf pattern, V-neck, cape sleeves, back cut out with two Vs, the second blue floral pattern on black ground, with puffed half sleeves, black slip
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Group of Four Chiffon Gowns
American, 1930s
Each floor length, with short fluttering sleeves, the first black, embroidered with white floral sprigs, another printed with pink roses enclosed in black circles on white ground, a third printed with orange and black leaves on yellow ground, tiers on skirt, the last printed with green and brown flowers on white ground
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Chanel Evening Dress
French, circa 1930
The tubular torso of overlapping black sequins, sewn with crisscrossed front straps, the full skirt of black tulle overlaid and alternating with sequined pendant bands extending from bodice to hem, silk underskirt with tulle flounce sewn in points at knee level, straight silk slip, labeled: Chanel, tape label no. H1.022.
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Lanz Ski Suit
Austrian, circa 1937
Of black wool gaberdine, the jacket slightly fitted, with shoulder yoke cut with pointed edge, collar tips creating part of design, cotton lining printed with red and white figural pattern, the stirruped pants decorated with silver tone dome buttons at one side, slanted front pockets with flaps and buttons, waistband lining as in jacket, labeled: Lanz Salzburg/Made In Austria for Abercrombie & Fitch Co./ New York
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Martial et Armand Striped Net Evening Gown
French, circa 1938
Of alternating black net and silk ribbon bands with fine topstitching, the bands arranged horizontally and graduated in width from bodice to hem, the neckline square, the skirt full, separate stole, stole labeled: Martial & Armand/10, Place Vendome, Paris.
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Fortuny Black Silk Delphos Dress
1930s
With elbow length sleeves, low V neck, the shoulder tops and sleeves trimmed with row of Venetian glass beads, the neckline outlined with braided silk cords extending loose to hem in front and back, separate braided silver metal and silk cord sash or belt, seam allowance labeled: Fortuny
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Black Sequined Evening Gown
European, 1930s
The slip dress with flared skirt of black tulle sewn allover with shiny black sequins in random pattern, the hem stiffened with horsehair, long sleeved waist length jacket
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Gold and Silver Sequined Evening Gown
French, 1930s
Princess line, with camisole bodice and flared skirt, gauze sewn entirely with overlapping gold, silver and copper sequins arranged in subtle curvilinear pattern, labeled: Made In France
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