http://www.lesliehindman.com/ Lot 153, A Geoffrey Beene Black Asymmetric Evening Gown
Here's the one I sent to a wonderful home out West:
Looks like a color variation there on the left collar. Now this one isn't a big surprise - it's Geoffrey Beene RTW for heaven's sakes. There must have been a load of them. But this one:www.kerrytaylorauctions.com : Lot 96 An Agnès/Madame Havet golden velvet cocktail dress, circa 1927
I am rather amazed! because here is the Agnes/Madame Havet dress I sold last year:
Now this gown had serious condition issues - the beading at the shoulders and hips needed a ton of work, plus quite a few small holes and stains. The underslip straps were shot. It's pinned on the form. If it's the same gown, someone did an awful lot of very fine restoration work. And this one did not have a silver cape.
Prety neat, say what? I ask you, what are the odds?