Friday, March 11, 2011

Tice...So Nice!

Bill Tice may not be house-hold name to all of our clients, but he was famous for making clothes to wear at home, ironically. He was a master designer of chic lounge wear, a category that doesn't exist much in the 21st Century. Tice designed the type of clothes you might wear to a "key party" in the 70s. Things that were easy to get on and even easier to get off! And then, of course, in the late 1980s underwear became outerwear. However, Tice's moment belonged to the seductive 1970s.

This halter dress may have been intended for entertaining at home, but in the 21st Century, one can throw on your gladiators and hit the streets. The jersey is marvelously lightweight, ideal for travel, and we love a great cummerbund to define your waist. Actually, looking at this dress, we hope you might be inspired to get the fondue set out of storage and have your very own key party!

Bill Tice for Sakowitz Qiana jersey rust halter with gold lame trim sash, c 70s. Marked size 8, modern 4 to 6 SOLD

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