Gingham has a certain place in fashion as a particularly American fabric, associated with little girl’s dresses and drapes in Early American playrooms. Gene brings a new sophistication to white and orchid gingham with a playful silhouette involving a balloon of crisp cotton fabric cinched by a fitted, black “patent leather” belt. Black and cream wedgies of the same “patent leather” and a black crocheted snood complete the playsuit designed for the girl with designs on the boys overseas. Gene wears a pearl bracelet with matching earrings and carries a white monogrammed towel. The big news: Gene’s first deep, golden suntan, (enhanced by the studio makeup department of course).
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