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Roy Halston Frowick 1932 - 1990

Halston and Victor Hugo with American flag

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Roy Halston Frowick: His designs were casual throwaway chic, with superior fabrics for extremely simple classics; these made him a most talked about designer of the 1970s

Pearls of Joy, tammy17tummy: Dress by Halston, 1960s

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Evening ensemble | Halston (Roy Halston Frowick, American, 1932-1990) | United States, circa 1970 | Material: crushed silk velvet, tie-dyed | In the 1960's and 1970's 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 | Indianapolis Museum of Art

evening ensemble | Indianapolis Museum of Art

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Roy Halston Frowick | All Hail Halston

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Day ensemble | Designed by Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston (American, 1932-1990) | United States, early 1970's | Long yellow silk dress with scoop-neck and thin straps made out of beige rope. Fabric is hand-painted with abstract floral designs in blue, red, pink, and green | Matching blouse. Wide sleeves and wide boat neck. Material is more sheer, revealing dress underneath. Small slits at right and left seams | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Day ensemble | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Halston [Roy Halston Frowick] (American, 1932-1990) Costume Design for a Soldier from Clytemnestra , Martha Graham | Sale Number 2673B, Lot Number 371 | Skinner Auctioneers

Jacket | Designed by Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston (American, 1932-1990) | United States, 1980's | Material: silk | Cream colored jacket with scalloped collar, no front closures, and button-closure cuffs. Swirling design made of sewn-on silver beads | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Jacket | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Dress: American, 1980s. Designed by Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston.

Designed by Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston, Dress, American, 1980s, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Dress | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Womans Evening Dress and Cape Halston (Roy Halston Frowick) (United States, 1932-1990) United States, 1981

Woman's Evening Dress and Cape | LACMA Collections

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Halston (Roy Halston Frowick): Evening gown with wrap (1996.498.2a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Designed by Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston, Dress, American, 1980s, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Dress | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Roy Halston Frowick

Woman's dress in two parts (dress and sash), Designed by Roy Halston Frowick, American, about 1975. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Woman's dress in two parts (dress and sash)

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Halston: design house named after designer Roy Halston Frowick; opened for business in 1968 for private clients and RTW in 1972; one of the most influential and talked about designers during the 1970s for his chic, superior fabrics and classic designs

Jackie wearing Alaskine (wool and silk) created by Oleg Cassini, pillbox hat created by Roy Halston Frowick. Paris, 1961

Red silk jersey evening gown by Halston, American, c. 1976, when he was at his peak. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, Roy Halston Frowick came to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute. He opened a millinery studio in the early 1950s and later moved to New York to launch his dressmaking career. Halston soon became known for his classical designs in silk jersey and Ultrasuede.

Ensemble in two parts (tunic, pants) | Designed by Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston | United States, 1980's

Ensemble in 2 parts (tunic, pants)

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Halston Evening gown, c. 1976 Silk jersey Born in Des Moines, Iowa, Roy Halston Frowick came to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute. He opened a millinery studio in the early 1950s and later moved to New York to launch his dressmaking career. Halston soon became known for his classical designs in silk jersey and Ultrasuede. This gown is one of more than 60 couture pieces featured in the exhibition Chic Chicago: Couture Treasures from the Chicago History Museum.

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