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The Vintage Fashion Guild™ (VFG) is an international organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of vintage fashion.
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Bill Tice designed for several ready-to-wear firms in New York before becoming the head designer for Royal Robes in 1968. He moved to Swirl from 1975-1984. Tice is well known for his lounge-wear designs and is credited for originating such at-home fashions as closely pleated caftans, jersey floats, and the quilted gypsy look. He received a Coty Award for lingerie in 1974.
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from a 1970s robe
from the 1970s
from a 1970s dress