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1963 Mousson no 68. Tube coat from Lanvin with giant fur-covered collar in grey black and white wool tweed from Gerondeau.


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1966 Muscade. An evening dress from the Spring/Summer 1966 Collection of Paris Jeanne Lanvin is in black and white striped ziberline. The waistline is high, marked by a belt trimmed with floral ornament. The stripes of the sleeveless bodice are vertical, while those of the long and full skirt, horizontal. On the self material cape, the stripes are also horizontal.


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1972 Napoli.


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1979 A spectacular coat from Lanvin in almond green mohair/wool blend from Moreau. It has large black sleeves with burgundy insets. Worn over black satin skirt.


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1979 From the Lanvin Haute Couture Collection for Winter 79/80. pure wool broadcloth from Hurel in shocking pink, is embroidered in red. Worn over black velvet skirt, topped by a gold turban.


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1980 In a very Peruvian mood, Lanvin dares joyous colour contrasts: green and black jacket, violet skirt with black band, orange blouse, printed scarf.


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1970 Pearl grey and yellow on white check short coat in pure worsted natte from Leonard. Collarless, double-breasted, 4 patch pockets and a waist level button tab.


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1971 Pleated shirtwaister dress in pure worsted wool crepe by Bombix. The simple top is beige and the knife pleated skirt is in shades of brown, orange, mauve, mustard and beige. Matching scarf and waistcoat are in brown wool felt. The outfit is completed by a large belt and a hand crafted buckle.


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1970 Pleats are back says Paris. These two dresses in fine printed pure wool by Lanvin illustrate the trend - and also that for below the knee lengths. Note too, the elbow length sleeves and the wide belt with studded buckle. Colours are strawberry with caramel, and candy pink with soft grey.


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1972 Printed pure wool voile from Bombyx, in the most popular colours of the season, emerald green, electric blue and rich red shown off against black. Long dress with a "bain de soleil" bodice crossed in back and teamed with a matching shawl deeply fringed.


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1972 Rich emerald green for this generous tent coat in double faced pure wool broadcloth from Forneris-Bosch. Falling in soft fold in the back and fastened with one high button at the neck. Mandarin sleeves gathered high on the shoulder. A matching green fox slung casually across the shoulders.


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1967 Shin-bone length stalks into fashion view with coat-costume of regimentally-striped pure virgin wool satin by Lanvin. Coat is high-shaped and widely belted, with buttoned pocket flaps set above and below raised waistline. Short, sleeveless, collarless dress beneath is in plaid version of striped fabric with long, soft neck muffler to match.


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1972 Short jacket with squared shoulders and elbow length sleeves, cut in Perceval's pure wool carded reversible melton in red and white. Note: patch pockets, the square cut and the cuffed elbow length sleeves. Biscuit coloured trousers. Cream cloche.


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1969 Slimmer lines and a widely splayed collar are the new neat silhouette for Lanvin's spring boutique. "Paris" is tailored in a black and white glen check cloth, light yet warm in "Orlon" acrylic fibre and wool. Gold buttons rimmed in black accent the closing and the tabbed sleeves.


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1964 Spencer jacket with a front bow worn over a flaring dress. Cut in a sharp green double faced pure worsted etamine by Gerondeau.


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1971 Stylised flowers in warm tones of purple, red, green, navy and white for this supple dress in pure wool voile by Samuels. The bodice is pleated to the hips and opens in soft folds in the skirt. Waist marked by large navy snake belt; sleeves gently puffed and caught into a long cuff, Other accessories: green shoes, navy tights and large straw hat.


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1970 magnificent capes are but one facet of the Russian influence this season. Here Lanvin has topped a pleated midi with a matching peasant's blouse in a deceptive giant cabled and fringed print in pure worsted wool serge from Samuels in tones of red, navy and white. Matching turban scarf.


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1965 The new line of suits with a swinging skirt and blouson top. This one is styled in a navy and pink plaid wool tweed by Percival Sekers. The very short jacket has a fly front and a wide buckled hip-belt. The skirt flares slightly to the hem with four box pleats. The silk blouse has a tie-collar ending in long streamers tossed over the shoulder.


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1965 The new Spring skirt: narrow sheath plus gathered overskirt with a front box pleat. The short bolero jacket has a buttoned tab. Beige wool toile.


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1970 The tightly-moulded skirt of this midi is curved in the front but falls angularly in the back. The turn-down flaps on the enormous patch pockets and the buttoned tabs on the cuffs are very familiar sights this season. The ginger pure worsted wool jersey from Dormeuil is set off by the supple chestnut leather boots and chromed leather belt.


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1970 This lush cape could be straight out of an old Marlene Dietrich film, full and flowing with its magnificent fox boa. The full skirt falls in soft waves from its tight leather belt. The fox is dyed to match the warm rust of the soft pure wool jersey from Perrot. Soft chestnut brown leather boots and a matching brown ribbed wool catsuit compete the ensemble.


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1966 This Russian doll style long evening dress, created by Lanvin, is in yellow and white muslin, printed with red, yellow and black flowers. The sleeveless dress is worn over a yellow crepe sheath, trimmed in black. Handkerchief for headgear and black patent leather shoes complete the ensemble.


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1970 This short belted pinafore tops a long skirt in a matching chestnut, grey and grey-beige pure carded wool fantasy herringbone from Hurel. The browny tones are repeated by the leather hat, belt, and high-heeled boots. A ribbed brown wool catsuit completes the ensemble.


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1971 This striking, very masculine-cut suit mixes mouse-grey and white for effect. The irregularly-striped sleeves are set into a long waistcoat-jacket, both in brushed pure worsted broadcloth (by Leleu). The heathered crochet bonnet is one of many this season. A white pullover and lizard boots complete the ensemble.


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1964 This two piece ensemble is cut in a persian blue thick pure worsted wool natte by Leleu. Spencer jackets are in the fashion picture. This one has a small stand-up collar and no buttons but it has a tie at the waist. It is worn over a simple dress with two vertical slit pockets in the seams of the front panel.


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1964 Three piece ensemble: slim skirt and short sweater top and spencer jacket with a draped effect in front and three low buttons. Cut in a strawberry pink wool natte by Daure.


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1966 Tomato-red wool ratine - pilot cloth, fashion's revived darling - windowpane checked in black. Crahay at Lanvin made this Scottish Garigue fabric into a double-breasted coat - and dashing boots.


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1965 Two grey fur trimmed coats. On the left in grey pure wool flannel by Carlotto, double breasted with a high collar and hem in beaver to match the hat. On the right, a coat in wool shetland by Guillemin with a shawl collar and cuffs in mink and a mink beret.


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