Luis Estevez, Prominent Designer A544; circa early 1960s --
"Necklines Make News in Estevez Three-Part Wardrobe: It's a three-part wardrobe - dress and coat for day, dress and jacket for late day to dinner. All three parts are extremely simple to sew - all three reflect the genius of designer Estevez. His flawless, perfectly fitting sheath makes top news with a strap that daringly crosses a bare throatline. Stitching dramatizes the beautiful shaping of both jacket and coat. Note the neckline curve, raglan sleeve, single button detail."
"Simple as a slip but Estevez's alluring sheath is dart-fitted to fit flawlessly through the waist. Wear it for day or dancing, wear it with an elegantly easy, little jacket or the coat for town or vacation travel. All three wardrobe parts are extremely simple to sew, all three reflect the dramatic flare of this famed designer. Note how stitching accents the neckline curve and the shape of both jacket and coat, note the raglan sleeves, single button detail. Choose cotton ottoman, pique, linen, shantung, raw silk."
Pattern has never been cut and is in original factory folds. Fits ~~
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