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Abercrombie & Fitch Off White Vintage Reduced Dress
Listed by Penny Lane
Size: 14 (L)
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Off White Vintage Reduced Dress
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This item may have been worn but has no visible signs of wear.
This is a very rare Abercrombie and Fitch silk fabric shirt dress in off white color from the 50's'
it is in perfect condition, dry cleaned and ready to be worn
Fantastic details like fabric covered buttons with gold trim, sleeves and collar details in blu and red
very classic elegant dress
the fabric is very high quality
there is no damage or stains
the size on the tag is 14
bust one side back: 22"
shoulders: 16 1/2
length from shoulders: 42 1/2
sleeves from armpit: 17"
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The history of Abercrombie & Fitch began in the nineteenth century and extends into the twenty-first century. Key figures who changed and influenced the course of Abercrombie & Fitch's history include David T. Abercrombie (the founder), Ezra Fitch (the co-founder), Limited Brands and Michael Jeffries (current Chairman and CEO).
David Abercrombie founded A&F in 1892 as an upscale sporting goods store. Forming a partnership with Ezra Fitch, the company continued to expand in the new 20th century. After Abercrombie left the company, Fitch became sole owner and ushered in the "Fitch Years" of continued success. After his retirement, the company continued under a succession of other leaders until its financial fall and closing in 1977. Limited Brands purchased the ailing brand in 1988 and brought in Mike Jeffries, who revolutionized the image of Abercrombie & Fitch to become an upscale youthful fashion retailer. Today, the company is a multi-billion dollar entity continuing to experience economic expansion through the business continuance of three off-shoot growing concepts and cautious international expansion into key luxury markets.
Prominent figures who patronized the company in its excursion goods days of the early 20th century include Teddy Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart, Greta Garbo, Katharine Hepburn, Clark Gable, John Steinbeck, John F. Kennedy, Ernest Shackleton, Cole Porter, and Dwight Eisenhower.
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