(It's way more fun to find than it sounds.)
The tight bodice and full skirt are trademarks of Christian Dior's "New Look" collection, which signaled a renewed opulence in fashion after WWII.
This is one of Emilio Pucci's famous groovy prints in carefully considered color schemes.
While Louis Vuitton uses leather for handles and other details, the majority of their bags are made from coated canvas. Sorry, anyone who bought one under the wrong impression.
An explorerA literary characterA princess
It's named after a literary character!
Rounded collars like this are called Peter Pan collars.
Feel itSmell itTaste it
You have to smell it!
Warm suspected Bakelite with your hands or water, then sniff it for a trace of formaldehyde. Yum!
It's a shirtwaist!
It's a great style whose name is pretty well known for an unfortunate reason — the tragic 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire.
Mohammad Ali BograJawaharlal NehruHussein Onn
It's Jawaharlal Nehru!
Jawaharlal Nehru was the distinctively dressed first Prime Minister of India, hence the phrase "Nehru collar."
This and similar prints were popular in the mid-20th Century, and tend to be in high collector demand.
Guy LarocheJean MuirPierre Cardin
It's Pierre Cardin!
Cardin is known for incorporating cutouts and geometric elements into his designs.
Controversial, but still very cool looking.
An extra pocketA button flyAn uppercase E on the tag
It's the "big" E!
An uppercase "E" on your red Levi's tab indicates jeans made before 1971 that can, if authentic, be worth hundreds or thousands of dollars.