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Ultrasuede, a synthetic fabric created in Japan, provided a unique alternative to other fabrics because of its comfort and practicality. Halston started using Ultrasuede in the late 1970s, revolutionizing the fashion industry with garments that were both machine-washable and wrinkle-resistant. This simple, sleeveless, A-line dress made of Ultrasuede features a zipper at the center front and a self-tie belt that cinches in the waist.
Mrs. David A. (Dee) Garrett, Indianapolis, Indiana; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art 28 November 1995.