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1973 "Zinzin". Giant multicoloured wool crochet coat - metallic belt- pleated dotted and striped lame long dresses. By Jules-Francois Crahay.


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1964 Comfortable coat with narrow shoulders and raglan sleeves. The hit detail is the very elaborate cut of the back actually shaped like a pelican beak. The triangular inset tops the draped effect of the back. It is cut in a green wool tweed by Daure.


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1966 Crahay launched ultra wide and stiffened "bumper" shoulders throughout his daytime clothes. Here the movement is accentuated in the green shantung, pointed yoke on the coat dress in white ziberline. Green shantung "halo" is crownless.


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1967 Culotte-cape of butter-soft pure virgin wool fleece designed by Lanvin. Close, collarless neckline and smooth raglan-styled shoulder line lend uncluttered accent to large silver-buttoned front closing and diagonally slices armholes.


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What a treasure trove of chic delight! Thx for posting!

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^ Aren't they amazing! I just can't stop myself! I keep thinking of the word 'groovy' as I look at the pieces.

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1968 Extra long jacket in a pure worsted-carded boucle tweed by Lesur in a giant black and white plaid. Double-breasted with loops - waist marked with a black leather belt - big tailored collar. Underneath, is a black turtleneck and a black leather skirt. Big hat with yellow felt band.


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1971 Flowing box pleated dress with an ultra long jacket. Abstract prints on wool in black, brown, ecru, red, caramel and violet make it a summer hit.


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1977 Jules Francois Crahay designed a Tibetan-style coat for Lanvin in pure wool brushed broadcloth; chestnut brown bordered in brown felt.


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1977 Printed wool etamine quilted to cotton and trimmed in astrakhan. The gathered wool skirt, in another design is harmonised in colour to the jacket.


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1979 Coat and skirt ensemble in grey pure wool men's cloth bordered in black.


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1979 White pure wool jacket shaped at the waist with a rounded hem. Skirt is black bordered in fuchsia.


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1979 Left: navy wool 7/8 wool broadcloth coat over glen plaid skirt. Right: matched wool suit in navy blue with a white stripe.


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1977 White reversible flannel from Besson for the sleeveless jacket. Wool voile from Moreau for the peasant blouse and double skirt gathered into easy fullness.


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1970 Fullness tightly gathered on this long edge-to-edge coat in pure Woolmark yellow broadcloth from Moreau. Big, square-cut shawl collar- Kimono armholes- rolled back sleeves, cut on the bias- and big patch pockets on the sides- at the back the gathered fullness falls in big soft pleats.


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1963 Grive. Dress from Lanvin in beige pure combed wool cheviot from Ducharne.


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1968 Hippy outfit of a tunic dress and skirt in a worsted wool tweed from Bucol. The fancy weave forms horizontal stripes of chocolate, hazel, red and white that alternate with bands of beige gabardine. The short-sleeved tunic has a matching scarf knotted at the throat, two buttoned flap pockets, and a brown belt posed on the hips.


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1973 Idole: evening dress: green and gold lame sheath with matching headband, green pheasant feather. "Ideal": bare back evening dress in silver lame. Matching headband. long necklace of transparent pearls. By Jules-Francois Crahay


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1973 Iguane: Bareback evening dress in grey cigaline with gold dots. Trimmed with grey and green ribbon and gold braid. Matching shawl. By Jules-Francois Crahay.


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1963 Jag. 7/8 length jacket and knickers from Lanvin in toffee and black reversible plaid pure combed wool melton from Dormeuil.


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Undated. Judo jacket, bermudas and matching bonnet by Lanvin, using a plaid wool boucle of grass-green and honey. The jacket, cross-over and V-necked, has kimono sleeves and is belted in emerald-green leather with a big gold buckle.


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1970 Lanvin creates one of the most original capes of the season generously giant patterned in tones of paprika and rust. Heavily topstitched, it zips from neck to hem and is worn with a matching dress tightly belted and fully skirted.


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1971 Lanvin cut this spectacular orange coat from a reversible pure worsted wool velour broadcloth (by Hurel). It falls in folds from the immense scalloped collar and enormous lapels. Note the equally gigantic patch pockets.


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1966 Lanvin's "American footballer player" look, here in mustard wool crepe. Note the square shoulders and yoke continuing right onto the sleeves, the small stand-off collar, the navy motoring scarf framing the goggles.


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1971 Lanvin's gay colours for '71. This dress in shades of blue, orange, red, green and purple pure worsted wool crepe by Bombix. To note: full sleeves gathered into generous cuffs, fitted bodice with giant leather belt at the waist, skirt falling into unpressed plates. The dress is worn with a large brimmed straw hat and flat laced shoes.


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1981 Large fringed tunic over full skirt in wool challis, from Moreau worn with fluffy brushed wool coat.


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1972 Long evening coat in reversible pure worsted/carded wool velour from BBC. Holly-berry red and Christmas green. Flowing in graceful folds from behind. Short pelerine sleeves. Worn with long knitted red gloves seen throughout the Lanvin Collection.


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1970 Mid-calf and gaucho trouser outfit in olive green pure worsted wool gabardine from Prudhomme. The slim coat, following the line of the body, is double breasted, has a shirt collar and full, cuffed elbow length sleeves. Worn with short trousers and brown tee-shirt.


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1970 Mid-calf coat-dress cut in pure wool serge, irregularly striped in black and red and orange and white. Mandarin collar-short puffed sleeves, 2 big patch pockets. Worn alone or, as seen here, with black trousers.


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1963 Milord no 86. Suit from Lanvin, long belted jacket, accordion pleated skirt in muted grey pure combed wool shetland from Garigue.


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