Launched by iconic designer Roy Halston Frowick in 1968, Halston cemented its place in fashion history during the 1970s, when it became <i>the</i> go-to label for nightlife-loving jet-setters. Originally a milliner, Halston had created Jacqueline Kennedy's inaugural pillbox hats before moving on to clothing design — outfitting Bianca Jagger, Liza Minelli and other celebrities and socialites in his minimalist caftans, jumpsuits, and ankle-skimming dresses rendered in luxe cashmere and suede. After a lengthy hiatus, Halston reemerged during late aughts with collections that featured all the plunging necklines, flattering cuts and one-shoulder styles as their Disco-era predecessors. Through its diffusion line Halston Heritage, the label has expanded its repertoire to include chic leather handbags, shoes, and other accessories.
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