Not only did these ladies look good on stage but they also dressed incredibly beautiful off stage, always stylish and well coordinated - need it be for a promotional shoot, going too and from the airport or just out and about enjoying themselves -they always looked fashionable.
Originala was one of the better suit and coat houses located on Seventh Avenue in New York City and started in 1941 by the Bader Brothers. It was one of the most expensive coat lines made at the time. In the late 1960's the coats averaged about $500. (Text take from Vintage Fashion Guild)
Featured in U.S. Vogue March 15, 1967 issue model, wearing a jacket shrunken up to the waist with
buttoned pocket flaps over a dress with wide full skirt, deep unpressed box pleat, more flapped
pockets in pale sky-blue