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In the early Fifties, fashion designers borrowed a page from the playbook of their Victorian predecessors, and women just loved it:

"Less dependent on the whims of fashion than almost any other fabric, lace blooms perennially in designers' collections. Because it has an ageless quality, which makes it look well on women of any age, its uses are varied. This season it is treated in new ways by some of the top couturiers. It is embroidered, used as applique, beaded or scattered with sequins... There is variety in lace itself; it may be gossamer sheer or rich and handsome in design. But whatever its form, it is a universal fashion favorite [for now].

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Lace (Quick Magazine, 1953)

Lace (Quick Magazine, 1953)

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