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Beachwear (bikini) [American] (1985.364.12a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Totally Clara's first bikini. Two-piece bathing suit, late American. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Miriam Whitney Coletti, 1985

Two-piece bathing suit, 1946. From the collections of the Manchester Art Gallery.

Maker unknown Bathing costume 1946 Ruched rayon and elastic - from Manchester Art Gallery

Cotton bathing suit 1955 Carolyn Schnurer (American, born New York, 1908-1998 Palm Beach, Florida) Manufacturer: Textile by Ameritex (American). (hva)

Cotton bathing suit 1955 Carolyn Schnurer (American, born New York, Palm Beach, Florida) Manufacturer: Textile by Ameritex (American).

1930's Bathing suit

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Teddy, "Ripe Roses" Designer: Tewi Lingerie, Inc Date: 1947–48 Culture: American Medium: silk. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Thea Tewi, 1948

"Ripe Roses" Designer: Madame Thea Tewi Designer: Tewi Lingerie, Inc Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number:

Carolyn Schnurer  (American, born New York, 1908–1998 Palm Beach, Florida). Bathing suit, 1952. American. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Carolyn Schnurer, 1953 (2009.300.1177) | This vibrantly patterned bathing suit from Schnurer's "Gold Coast Memos" was inspired by the West African kaba and slit.

Beachwear (Bathing Suit) Carolyn Schnurer (American, born New York City, Palm Beach, Florida) Manufacturer: Textile by S. Edwards (American) Date: 1952

Photography by Charles “Teenie” Harris c. 1930s-1940s

Lois Weaver Watson, in dark two-piece bathing suit posed by swimming pool ladder c. Photographed by Charles “Teenie” Harris Source: vintagegal

Miami fashions, 1955. Model in casual play clothes. Photo by Nina Leen.

Bold harlequin pattern blouse by Renee Marciel and off-shoulder polka-dot bathing suit with striped and dotted skirt by Alix of Miami, photo by Nina Leen, Miami, Florida, March 1955

a 1928 Schiaparelli inspired bathing suit - Courtesy of fuzzylizzie

The swimsuit, Schiaparelli swimsuit style. Elsa Schiaparelli’s famous tromp l’oeil [ meaning – deceive the eye ] sweaters were redesigned by her into beautiful designed knit bathing suits that had a distinctly nautical flavor to them.

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