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50s silk dress by Claire McCardell, from my sold archives

silk dress by Claire McCardell, from my sold archives

Late 1940s early 1950s Claire McCardell blazer / by Coralroot

Late early Claire McCardell blazer / vintage designer wool jacket / Pools of Light

Claire McCardell

Claire McCardell’s father did not want her to be a fashion designer. In he insisted she go to a local college stating that at

Claire McCardell  (American, 1905–1958)    Manufacturer:      Townley Frocks (American)  Date:      1949  Culture:      American  Medium:      wool

Dress Designer: Claire McCardell (American, Manufacturer: Townley Frocks (American) Date: 1949 Culture: American Medium: wool

Claire McCardell Dress--love the use of contrasting stripes

Claire McCardell Dress--love the use of contrasting stripes

1955, America - Woman's dress by Claire McCardell for Townley - Printed cotton plain weave

Woman's dress by Claire McCardell, of green and yellow Marc Chagall-inspired fabric

1940s Day Dress by Claire McCardell  Cherry Red and White by zwzzy

Day Dress by Claire McCardell - Cherry Red and White Plaid Frock - Large

1950s Claire McCardell Marc Chagall Print Day Dress | eBay

1950s Claire McCardell Marc Chagall Print Day Dress

McCalls 4228 Claire McCardell 1957 Dress Pattern UNCUT [4228] - $250.00 : The Vintage Cache, Best of Vintage and Modern Merchandise

As Yves Saint Laurent once said: “A good model can advance fashion by ten years” and there is no better example than the Wrap Dress to prove it, a creation that is a testament of timele…

Claire McCardell 1940s

Halter dress by American fashion designer Claire McCardell for Townley Frocks. Multi-striped wrap dress of plain weave cotton; bias-cut with matching belt. via Kyoto Fashion Institute

Claire McCardell.  Claire also insisted on pockets - much to her manufacturer's irritation, as pockets raised the unit price of production...

Claire also insisted on pockets - much to her manufacturer's irritation, as pockets raised the unit price of production.

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