Cashin's essay and illustrations of paper garment designs.
- Cashin's essay and illustrations of paper garment designs.
- Alternative title
Knitted paper -- for a tunic coat
Paper -- Route to Fashion
- Date Created
- Ca. 1965-1968
- Cashin (Bonnie) Collection of Fashion, Theater and Film Costume Design, 1913-2000
Semi-abstract pencil sketch with attached fabric swatch in green, purple, yellow, red, woven together.
Part of series: Paper -- Route to Fashion
Handwritten on drawing: Knitted paper - for a tunic coat -- all color and texture and meant to live a long fashionable life - all shape [multiple underlines under word shape] --
Garment is a mid-thigh length tunic with 3-quarter length sleeves, tied in front with a fabric tie. Side-vented? Drawing suggests tunic is coat-like and meant to be worn over a top and worn with thights.
See also boxes 168, 169 and 171.
- 1 sketch with swatch
Fashion design drawings
- Resource type
- still image
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