Roy Halston Frowick, as known as Halston, was known to be an iconic outfit designer of the 1970s. Moreover, his design known to be sexy, yet elegant when it comes to dresses were a major staple in American discos.
In the 1970s, Halston became an iconic clothing designer. Moreover, this designer was born on April 23, 1932, in Des Moines, Iowa. In fact, his first trial in designing was in hats designing. However, the things that made him famous, were his dresses. In fact, the dresses he designed were sexy as well as streamlined, and appropriate to be worn to high-strung nights on a disco floor. However, after spending two decades of dressing the jet-set, the designer was diagnosed with AIDS, and he passed away in 1990.
Halston’s hat designs were the reason for him to be brought to whimsy. In fact, he used everything to decorate coifs, hoods, and bonnets such as jewels, flowers and fringe. Moreover, it took him one year to be hired in order to serve as head milliner for a luxury retailer called Bergdorf Goodman. Furthermore, the one who made him famous was Jacqueline Kennedy, who wore a pillbox hat of his design to her husband’s presidential inauguration in 1961. As a result, his clients became ones of the well-known people in that time such as: Rita Hayworth, Liza Minnelli, Marlene Dietrich and Diana Vreeland.
Women Wear Designing
In fact, he began designing women’s wear in 196. Halston offered a perfect look for the famous women of his era. Moreover, His works of design were known to be for sexy, yet elegant. Additionally, in 1972, Halston introduced a simple shirtwaist dress that was made from a fabric that was durable as well as washable called “Ultra suede,” for the fall season. In fact, it was only two years later that he offered the world his most famous dress that was his trademark, “The Halter Dress”.