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February 22, 2011

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Ann Tindall

I love RG!! I'm working on an archive myself!! I'm a new blogger and just posted: Rudi Gernreich dress meets Emilio Pucci tights! I'd love it if you stopped by! Good luck with your endeavor, such an inspiring designer and man!!

katie hall

I am trying to research a RG garment that I have. It is a black halter top with a silver alumnium cuff collar. The label says "Rudi Gernreich For Bob Cunningham" and the cuff collar is signed "Chris Den Blaker For Rudi Gernreich." Style 465. I have been told that this garment only came in a long dress version, not a halter top, but it looks to be unaltered and original. Could this be a "Sample?" Help, anyone?

Nick Brock

Katie,
I have the long dress version.

Patty

I also have the long dress. Would like to sell it but don't know it's value? Does anyone?

Rachel

So interesting that you all have the same Gernreich garment! Museums are prohibited from providing appraisals and/or valuations of objects, so unfortunately we can't offer any guidance as to the value of this dress.

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