In the 1970s, Roy "Halston" Frowick introduced sleek shapes and non-print fabrics to fashion through his designs, separating himself from the ethnic peasant dresses that were trending at the time. His designs were well received and, in a way, birthed a new breed of glamorous and effortless style that was so prevalent in the disco era. (See Bianca Jagger wearing Halston above.)
"Halston's greatest insight was to master simplicity - in form, line, cut, texture, tailoring. He minimized to such a monastic extent that he eventually dropped even buttons and zippers." - January Magazine
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