Halston sewing patterns
Between the early 1970s and early 1980s, Halston released over 100 patterns with McCall’s and another handful of hat designs with Vogue. They celebrated his trademark easy slinky style and many featured mini collections of garments that could be worn together or separately. He also came up with unique pattern pieces to avoid unnecessary seams and using bias layplans to create the drape he loved in his fashion line. Halston licensed his millinery designs with Vogue Patterns during his time as Chief Milliner at Bergdorf Goodman. At the amazing Vintage Pattern Fandom site you can see photos of the patterns in case you’re lucky enough to find one for yourself! It does happen… I found M4453 at a car boot sale in Yorkshire of all places.