Bold bright colors, miniskirts, a "see-through" dress, an innovative pants suit, and "kooky" accessories typify wardrobes of 2 dolls in this extensively researched and painstakingly rendered collection. Spectacular apparel by Mary Quant, Paco Rabanne, Oscar de la Renta, and others. Introduction and n... read more
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Bold bright colors, miniskirts, a "see-through" dress, an innovative pants suit, and "kooky" accessories typify wardrobes of 2 dolls in this extensively researched and painstakingly rendered collection. Spectacular apparel by Mary Quant, Paco Rabanne, Oscar de la Renta, and others. Introduction and notes. Captions. 16 plates.
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