- Fitted coat with "disappearing collar" and dropped shoulders
- "Disappearing collar" seems to be a term the André studio created for this design, in which the collar consists of small points of fabric which extend downward from the neck as a part of the dropped sleeves. A "dropped sleeve" extends down over the shoulder rather than stopping at the upper arm.
Image includes small sketch of back of garment.
Written on image: "André Fashions" "Disappearing collar and dropped shoulder." "designed by Pearl Alexander" "ANDRE' 570 - 7th Ave. New York City Feb. 17, 1941"
- Alexander, Pearl Levy -- Designer
André (Firm) -- Creator
Teitelbaum, Walter -- Donor
- Feb 17, 1941
Spring, 1940-1941, B
- 1940s Coat.
André Fashion Illustrations from NYPL's Picture Collection
[Fitted coat with "disappearing collar" and dropped shoulders.]
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Coats -- 1940-1949
Collars -- 1940-1949
Fashion design drawings
Hats -- 1940-1949
Women -- Clothing & dress -- United States -- 1940-1949