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1968 A dramatic blouse in snowy white satin of "Qiana" nylon, full-sleeved and buttoned with mother of pearl from cuff to elbow is teamed with black gaucho pants embroidered in gold.


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1965 A dress and blouson ensemble. What makes the news? The double skirt: box pleated overskirt hiding a straight skirt, the blouson top closed with a wide buckled hip belt. The ensemble is styled in a green and beige plaid wool etamine by Percival Sekers.


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1968 A duo on pure wool crepe - in navy blue from Buffano, in white from Staron. High-waisted, the navy dress had a skirt of round fluted pleats beginning under the bust and white orangandy collar. Long-sleeved, the white dress has a small raised collar and is loosely belted at the waist in black leather. The skirt, beginning just under the waist, has the same round fluted pleats. Black and navy blue stockings.


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1965 A fitted coat with a swinging skirt in a pale almond green wool cloth by Gerondeau. It is double breasted, has a low waist and a wide skirt flouncing from the hip.


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1970 A full skirted midi coat in beige and brown pure new Woolmark wool tweed. The wide-sleeved, close-fitting bodice with high, stand-up collar, the wide, flaring skirt. 2 stitched patch pockets.


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1970 A gay outfit ........... blouson jacket in olive green leather and mid-calf kilt skirt cut in pure wool worsted olive-orange-green wide striped jersey from Racine. Note: the Lanvin '70 details: the wide, wide leather belt, together with a printed scarf knotted in front, on the waist. The brown wool tee-shirt has deeply scooped armholes in front and behind.


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1964 A long jacketed suit with fly front closure. Its fashion focus: the jacket hem is box pleated. It is designed in dark green pure wool crepe by Staron.


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1964 A romantic king-sleeves cocktail dress designed by Lanvin in a black pure wool crepe by Lesur. The Empire waist effect is given by rich pearl embroideries in shades of yellow, red and black. Matching black wool crepe shawl.


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1973 short loose jacket in red and white check double-faced pure new wool worsted. The jacket with extra large lapels and vertical side pockets is worn over wide white trousers


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1965 A suit designed in a navy and yellow "madras" wool toile by Forneris. The short double-breasted jacket has a tie-collar buttoning on the first two buttons. The skirt has wide box pleats springing out at hip level.


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1964 A three piece ensemble puts a feminine fur-trimmed cardigan coat on top of a suit with a long slim jacket buttoned down to the hem. Orange wool basket weave by Dormeuil.


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1964 A very elegant three piece ensemble which combines a long top and skirt and a beaver-lined caplet. The tubular top is buttoned low in front. Dark green wool basket weave by Lesur.


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1966 A very pure shaped evening two-piece of Lanvin in white wool crepe by Staron. The blouse has a straight and gathered neckline, american armholes, and is slightly taken in at the waist. Long straight skirt. Fabric by Sharon.


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1967 A wide white belt accentuates the high waist of Lanvin's calf-length, richly ruched evening coat of black "Antron" nylon and wool.


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1968 A Winter 69 version of the pantsuit in a giant black and white herringbone of pure worsted-carded wool by Moreau. Long thigh-length jacket is double breasted with a waist belted in black leather. Big gold buckle - rounded lapels - giant flap pockets. Pants with wide, round, straight legs. Black leather motorcycle cap with chin strap. Knee length black and white scarf wrapped at neck. Fabric by Moreau.


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1972 Against the mysterious sentinel of Tutankhamun's tomb is the contemporary allure of a red and blue printed wool dress by Lanvin from the Paris Spring/Summer '72 collections.


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1964 All women will love the soft and nonchalant look of this dress cut in a grey wool jersey by Veron. It has a slightly blousing top and a drawstring waist. Fabric by Veron.


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1964 An irresistible travel coat which has no buttons but a huge buttoned buckle at the waist and a fake inserted belt. Two very large patch pockets and a soft round collar. It is cut in a beige wool melton by Garigue.


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1973 Ankle-dinner: bathing-gown jacket on portfolio straight green crepe skirt.


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1968 Black: a colour leader in Winter 69, here in a worsted wool crepe by Fournier for this narrow turtleneck dress. Side fastening edged front and back with gold glitter, and meeting at an ornate side pocket. Matching triangular shawl.


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1972 Sunset-Boulevard.


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1966 Broad-shouldered like an American hockey player, this street dress of Lanvin in white wool gabardine by Ducharne, has a stand-up collar closed with one button, topstitched shoulder yoke and waist seam.


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1963 Chardon Ensemble from Lanvin in forest green pure wool canvas from Bodin; the jacket with yoke is edged with pompons.


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1967 Coat and dress in vervain wool barathea by Lesur. The coat has a tab buttoned fastening. the waist, sleeves and hem are banded in silver braid. The straight, sleeveless dress has the same braid. Pumps in the same fabric. Mandarin hat-wig.


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