A 1950s woman stands wearing a pink dress on the left of the screen. On the right a 1960s lady wears a blue straight skirt, white sleeveless top, white gloves and a white hat. In between it says the House of Mirelle Hull. Pour La Femme Chic.
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Fashion Illustration: 1951 Mirelle Dress