On A Clear Day You Can See Forever Velvet Gown, Hat and Matching Feather Muff by Cecil Beaton, Paramount 1970 Full length gown, made of black silk velvet with layers of organdy trim at the wrists, insets on the sleeves and at the neck. The neck and bodice piece is attached and features cream colored velvet bow with an attached cameo pin edged with rhinestones. There is beaded fringe at each sleeve inset made up of black jet beads. The dress is empire style and has a high collar. It has hook and eye closures at the wrists and neck and a zipper up the back. The studio label inside the gown reads Barbra Streisand (written in indelible ink), Paramount." Additionally, the gown comes with the original spectacular hat. It is a period style high picture hat with a very large brim. It is black silk velvet, lined in satin. It is adorned with a cream colored velvet ribbon and organdy and satin bow and flower motif at the center front of the hat. The hat also features a Paramount label and in indelible ink is written "Streisand, USA." There is also a Cream colored muff fully lined and decorated with long white feathers in layers down the front. There is a Paramount label sewn in reading "Barbara (sic) Streisand." Worn in one of the Regency period flashback sequences of the film in which the character Daisy Gamble recounts a previous life when she was Melinda Tentrees. Some of the most stunning costuming for film musicals was achieved for this Vincent Minnelli directed extravaganza. On A Clear Day You Can See Forever was one of the last films in the classic film musical genre. Fine condition."
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