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August 19, 2011

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Hana - Marmota

A beautiful dress! It reminds me of costumes in later films set in ancient Greece or Rome... also re-interpretations of the antique clothing.

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Wow, what a beautiful evening dress! Thanks for sharing great work by Liberty.

Marguérite

That's a marvelous dress indeed! I'm very curious about how the inner bodice is constructed as well as how the dress closes, would you happen to have any pictures?

FIDM Museum

Unfortunately, we don't have any additional images of this dress. It fastens at the back, with hook-and-eye closure disguised by self-fabric buttons. Sorry we can't provide more detailed images of the bodice!

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