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Prominent Designer M221 A

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PD M221a

Prominent Designer M221; ca. 1955; One-piece dress; Original by Philip Hulitar. “Never, but never does Phillip Hulitar design “background” dresses. You couldn't possibly stay in the background in Pattern M221! Simple though it is, every line is exquisitely molded to do the most for your figure. That's the Hulitar genius, the great flair for allure and excitement of this fabulously successful American designer. With a care-free hand, he draws a dashing highflying collar on a slender sheath buttoned to the waist. He subtly elongates the line by setting the pocket low on your hip, and curving it round to the back. The total effect? If you've always wanted a "Venus" look this beautifully balanced silhouette does the trick! Choose a gleaming silk crepe, crisp faille or taffeta and make his Hulitar Original your very own! Pattern M221 is available in Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 18 and 18”, a stated in The New York Age, December 31, 1955

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