Discussion in 'PUBLIC Labels for the Label Resource - Add here' started by pinky-a-gogo, Jan 2, 2018.
Frost Brothers Late 1930's Women's Calot/Skull Cap
Goldworm 1930's Boucle Knit Skirt & Crochet Sweater Set
Hello Pinky-A-Go-Go and VFG Label Resource Team/Staff:
Thank you so very much for this incredible vintage designer fashion label database! I look forward to sharing a variety of designer labels that I've come across - but that have not, yet, appeared in the VFG Label Resource - with you.
The "Ermenegildo Zegna / Wilkes Bashford" and "Made In Italy" labels, below, are from the blazer in a stunning, plaid, skirt suit (double-breasted blazer; pleated, mid-calf skirt). The suit appears to date from the 1980's, as it has padded shoulders. Unfortunately, it has no fabric content label, but, I believe the fabric is silk. It was purchased at a second-hand boutique in the San Francisco Bay Area. I've spent a fair amount of time and effort trying to uncover some more detailed information, but, this is all I have to date. I hope it's helpful.
for our novelty print labels - from a ladies 1960s Plaid overcoat.
Hi all! I've used the label resource for so long, and wanted to contribute to it for many years. Finally am taking the time! Here goes:
late 1940s house dress - Fruit of the Loom Tee & Turf label
Thanks for keeping this resource going!
Stephen Marks, founder of FCUK. The first label is from a late 1970s velveteen jacket. The second is from a 1980s hip-length tweed jacket purchased in London by Olivia Harrison (Beatles George Harrison's wife).
Gianantonio label on par with Pucci, Bessi, and similar labels of the 1960s. From a silk jersey knit 60s dress.
Another Gianantonio of the same era, this time in cotton jersey.
Gianni Versace Versus label from a 1993 Skirt Suit
Raelson label from the mid-50s. Raelson was one of the high-end US labels that produced clothes as fine as French fashion of the 1950s. They seemed to offer mostly coats. Here's a link from Time magazine 1950:
The VFG noted it's looking for any info on the Roy H Bjorkman label. This was a women's wear shop in Minneapolis that carried expensive lines. The label I'm attaching is one of his, found in a Rudi Gernreich dress (Bjorkman was a retailer rather than a designer).
Here are two links about his shop's history:
for our novelty print resource
from a 1940s ladies gabardine sports jacket - most likely for cross country skiing.
Another Irene "exclusively for" label... This time Gunther Jaeckel.
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