Grey & Black Crimplene Dress
In the late 1960s, it was difficult for new manufacturers to obtain an import licence. Maurice Mihotich of Miss Deb worked with Levin's Levana Knitting Mill to develop this fabric. "We asked for a snakeskin print and they submitted a design to us which was very similar to the final manufactured fabric." The fabric was used to make a range of garments, including a one-piece jumpsuit. This tunic dress was originally paired with snakeskin print trousers.
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