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HOT TICKETS

BASIC GLAMOUR
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Eve Stillman's 100 percent Poly-Satin "Teddi" trimmed in imported French lace with deep V-neck plunge and blousan waist. 

Lorraine's flutter sleeve gown in luxurious tricot of "Antron III" nylon with a floral pattern at the neck.

Snuggly BunnykitTM nightshirt of new fabric by Gilead® blended of 50 percent Dacron Polyester and 50 percent cotton.

Tunic pajamasby Val Mode styled in silky Captiva® nylon knit with lavish lace trim from Allied Fibers. 

Miss Dior's spaghetti-strap full length gown and matching robe of Kodel polyester and cotton.

Called "Icicles," this Jockey For Her coordinate features a frosting of lace on the camisole top and French Cut brief.

Maidenform's Creme de la Creme camisole and petti of a lovely woven satin and a beautiful jaquard design. 

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[[image center right: woman, 2 piece set]]
[[image bottom left: night shirt]]
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[[image bottom right: night wear, full length]]

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OMEGA 
THE MARK OF ACHIEVEMENT
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Constellation

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