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Harry Gordon, 1968. Allen Ginsberg.

"Ginsburg" Paper Mini Dress (with poem "Uptown N." by Alan Ginsburg printed on hand), designed by American Harry Gordon, made by British manufacturer Poster Dress, Ltd., of wood and synthetic material. Now in The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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University Of East London Autumn/Winter 2015 Ready-To-Wear

Can You believe, A Paper Dress!!!!  60s Paper Dress / 1960s Psychedelic Op Art  by ModVibeVintage

Can You believe, A Paper Dress! Paper Dress / Psychedelic Op Art by ModVibeVintage

The maiden black bow tulle lace dress

Blue Thigh High Boots

1960s  fashion vintage style novelty graphic print shift dress high collar white pink blue green

This is a classic shift dress that has some OP art on it. By the looks of the dress, you can assume the model would wear flat shoes with it, as that was a popular trend back then.

This is a paper dress. Paper dresses were a throwaway style. The dresses were cheap and were usually only worn once. The garments were originally a publicity stunt for a paper company. This particular paper dress was created in 1968.

“Hollywood” paper dress, 1968 United States, MFA Boston Paper dresses were meant to be worn a few times and discarded. I’ve had the opportunity to touch one, and yes it does feel like a paper bag.

Imagine this piece in all black with a high neckline that swoops down in the back, keeping the sleeves the same though.

Circa 1967 my gran made me a number of this Russian style dress and I had one very expensive store bought one. LOVED them! Most of them had the trim go around the neck and down one side and also around the cuffs.