evening dress

Creation date
silk chiffon, tie-dyed
L: 52 in.
Credit line
Gift of David W. Campbell
Accession number
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Inspired by traditional non-western dress such as the sari and the serape, Halston created flowing, shapeless garments that caressed the body.

The floor-length serape is tie-dyed in a feather-shaped motif that forms a large arch on the background. The shoulder areas are tie-dyed in an abstract spider web pattern.

David W. Campbell, New York (Stan Weaver, New York); given to IMA April 18, 1984.
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