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Halston's first runway show in 1968 was the debut for his "pajama dressing." The style was simple, the line uncomplicated, and fabrics were interesting and unexpected.
In the 1960s and 1970s tie-dying was popular among hippies and flower children. Halston's adaptation, a style known as "hippy chic," shows how street fashion influenced high fashion.
Elizabeth Weymouth, New York, New York; (Stan Weaver, New York, New York); given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1986.