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This iconic dress is called "The Souper Dress." It was made in 1966-1967. It was inspired by pop art. "Pop art featured glorified representations of ordinary objects such as soda cans and cartoon figures."

"The Souper Dress" -- A Warhol-Inspired Pop Art Paper Dress by Campbell’s Soup Company

Snazzy Aren't We?: Inspiration : 1960's Fashion

Gianni Versace (Italian, Patou by Christian Lacroix (French, born "Mondrian" day dress , autumn 1965 Yves Saint Laurent (.

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty – in pictures

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty – in pictures

net appliquéd with roundels in the shape of chrysanthemums embroidered with red, gold, and black silk thread with black ostrich feathers Alexander McQueen (British, Dress VOSS, spring/summer 2001 Photograph © Sølve Sundsbø / Art + Commerce

Orange n Cream Scalloped Shift Dress  André Courrèges, 1968    however now so similar to a Victoria Beckham dress -I wonder where she got her inspiration from hmmmmm!

This dress is a not fitting dress with wave-like lines, with white and orange color blocking. Dress André Courrèges, 1968 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Madame Grès (Alix Barton) | Evening dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Detalhe do forro grosso em espuma. vening dress Madame Grès (Alix Barton) (French, Paris Var region) Date: ca.

Cocktail Dress  Marc Bohan for Dior, 1966  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cocktail Dress House of Dior (French, founded Designer: Marc Bohan (French, born Date: fall/winter Culture: French Medium: silk

Dior ‘Soiree a Venise’ Dress, 1962-63, House of Dior, Design by Marc Bohan, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Worn by Jayne Wrightsman.

Dior ‘Soiree a Venise’ Dress - FW - House of Dior (French, founded - Design by Marc Bohan (French, born - Silk, glass beads, fur - The Metropolitan Museum of Art -

French, coat in burgundy with embroidery - 1775, silk - from Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art via Marie Antoinette's Gossip Guide to the 18th Century.

French, coat in burgundy with embroidery - silk - from Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art via Marie Antoinette's Gossip Guide to the Century.

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