Frédéric Tcheng

director of the documentaries “Halston,” “Dior and I,” and “Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel”

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In the 1970s, American fashion was defined by Halston. He designed women’s clothing that was loose and freeing. Think minimal draped gowns and his famed jersey halter dress.

The rise and fall of disco-era fashion king Halston

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