Discussion in 'PUBLIC Labels for the Label Resource - Add here' started by pinky-a-gogo, Jan 5, 2017.
Kenzo City - from an early 90s jacket
60s cotton day dress with hang tag:
Esmond robecloth from a 40s dressing gown:
Esmond Mill, Esmond, Rhode Island opened its doors in 1906 and became well known for its quality blankets. The mill closed in 1948.
This is the ILGWU label in the 1971 Chanel copy. oops, the thumbnail wasn't big enough and this is a bit too big.
Celine label, from a hat. Circa 2010 We do not yet have this one.
Circa early 80s Fendi wool logo scarf sold at HR:
You have Mondi listed in the tags, but not this one. I thought you might like it. 1980's novelty print wrap skirt
From a 70s mens skinny jean shirt:
I'm finally sorting through my vintage collection so hopefully I will be able to contribute quite a few labels to the fantastic label resource. Below is a label from a 1980s Jean Paul Gaultier for Bogy's mens jacket. From the vague information that I read about this collection, all I gathered was that it happened in the 80s and it wasn't that much cheaper than the mainline. I saw on the resource that you had pour Gibo and pour Equator so perhaps Bogy's was a similar thing.
Are we still filling up the novelty label section we had opened up in memory of Mary Catherine Lamb...I don't remember if there was another area to give those in or do we just do it here.
I have this amusing one from a 1970s shirt.
Hi mj--yes, you can add the novelty labels here just like the rest. Thanks!!
1980's Stephen Sprouse jacket
mid 90s Dior evening top/blouse:
Mid to late 80s silk blouse:
Note: name changed from .... "for" to "of" Damon
Pierre Cardin Paris from a late 1980s woman's pure wool skirt suit.
The blouse is vintage 1940s and all cream rayon. Full pintuck front and mother of pearl buttons. It is a quality made garment
I cannot find any references on google about Sidney Heller Created of New York.
Chanel sweater - 1996 Autumn collection:
Early 90's label of Moschino Cheap and Chic line, from wool shift dress.
Research shows this font was used for the 'Cheap and Chic' line from late 80's to 90's on products and display ads, before the font change-over to a novelty script. An image of the dress is also provided in a thumbnail below.
I didn't see this version in the resource - I love that they dated their items!! How considerate for us!! lol
This is a 1960 (!) white sleeveless linen sheath with an off-center colorblocked 5" stripe down the front - baby pink from neckline to waist & chartreuse green from waist to hem
70s suede coat with fox fur trim:
Novelty Label - from a late 60s nylon jersey maxi dress.
Morton Myles label - (for replacement of an older label in the resource) from a late 80s cocktail dress -
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