day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)
day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)

day ensemble (sweater, dress, belt)

Halston, Designer (American, 1932-1990)

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Halston had an incredible sense of color, and it is said that he never had enough colors to work with. Lilac, which was never popular, was made desirable because the shade he introduced was so elegant.

The cardigan jacket has a jewel neckline with long, slender sleeves. The mother-of-pearl buttons were dyed to match and a narrow self-tie belt is worn with it.

David W. Campbell, New York, New York (Stan Weaver, New York, New York); given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1985.

Object Information

designer
Halston (American, 1932-1990)
creation date
1972-1973
materials
cashmere, mother-of-pearl buttons
dimensions
A) dress: length 50-1/2 in.
B) cardigan: length 36-3/4 in.
B) belt: length 37-1/4 in.
accession number
1985.143A-C
credit line
Gift of David W. Campbell
copyright
© Halston
collection
Textile and Fashion Arts
colors

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