Live like a 1950s French girl with this lovely small scarf/hankie
Approx. Size: 9" x 9" ((22.8 cm)
Condition: Very good
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Lovely "Souvenir De Paris" embroidered silk handkerchief, scarf or pocket square in dark navy blue. Yellow scalloped edging sets off the embroidered Eiffel Tower and floral design. Equally beautiful as a pocket square or framed on the wall. One-sided design. Probably silk. http://bit.ly/2ujmUJP
Approx. Size: 21" x 21" (53 cm) Condition: Very Good Mark/Label: Adrienne Vittadini
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There are an amazing amount of looks with this gorgeous and colorful scarf by Vittadini. Scarf is divided into four squares each with a different dog breed and background color. West Highland White and Scottish Terriers on a field of light blue, two Golden Retrievers on orange; a Dalmatian on yellow and a Black Cocker spaniel on red. Red border around the edge. Print is one sided.
Lovely crocheted striped mohair shawl in tones of Blue, Green, Rust, Orange, Purple, Lavender. Long fringe on each end. One half is green and the other is lavender. Nice long length adds versatility. #F105
Approx. Size: Length: 100" (200 cm) including 7" of fringe; Width: 13" (33 cm)
You will get so much use out of this aqua shell from Carlisle. Light knit sleeveless shell with snap-in scarf collar. Round scarf with aqua polka dots on a field of navy blue snaps into place when you want to use it. New old stock with tags. Originally $175.00
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Nice large size makes this scarf extremely versatile.
Approx. Size: 35" (89 cm) square
Condition: Very good
Mark/Label: Hermes Paris, Raconte-Moi le Cheval
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Gorgeous Hermes scarf designed by Dimitri Rybaltchenko. Titled Raconte-Moi le Cheval, this scarf is a beautiful print of rocking horses on a field of black. Brown border. Scarf is silk twill with hand-rolled edge. Originally released in 2000.
Condition: Wear across the middle of the leopard side. Probably from being folded over a hanger for a long time.
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Luxurious large fux leopard shawl. One side is a faux leopard print in pony. The reverse is gray cashmere. The edge on each side is in the reverse material for an additional pop of color.
Eunice Johnson founded the Ebony Fashion Fair (EFF) in 1958. Johnson was co-owner, with her husband, of Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Company, the publisher of Ebony Magazine. The annual fashion show featured male and female models of mostly African-American descent modeling fashions from top European designers such as: Yves St Laurent, Oscar de la Renta, Pierre Cardin, Paco Rabanne, Givenchy, Jean Paul Gaultier, Valentino and Emanuel Ungaro. Johnson's aim was to bring high fashion couture to the African-American woman who often didn't have access to the best shops.
Many African-American fashion designers got their start with the show including Stephen Burrows, Patrick Kelly and Willi Smith. The EFF ended in 2009 after the death of Eunice Johnson. Since her passing, Johnson Publishing has been gradually deaccessioning the fashion archive. This collection from Madge includes some of the last pieces that will be made available.