qipao

c. 1960s-1980s

Cheong sam or qipao is black silk damask, with a design of rondels of Chinese bats. Dress has a zipper in the proper right side seam, opening into an asymmetrical flap extending to the proper...

c. 1950s- 1970s

Cheong sam or qipao is black silk brocade, with a design of metallic gold color butterflies and black roses. Dress has a silver color metal zipper in the proper right side seam, opening into an...

c. 1950s-1970s

Cheong sam or qipao is black silk damask, with a design of angled, intersecting, diagonal stripes. Dress has a zipper in the proper right side seam, opening into an asymmetrical flap extending...

c. 1950s-1970s

Cheong sam or qipao is made from copper color silk fancy weave with a design of flowers and abstract lines, with a distinct Asian style. The dress has a silver color metal zipper in the proper...

c. 1950s

Cheong sam or qipao is gray wool, with a design of pink and rose color flowers with green leaves embroidered on the mandarin-style, stiffened collar, around the neckline and asymmetrical proper...

c. 1950s-1960s

Cheong sam or qipao is white cotton plain weave, with a design of 'patches' of several different, small-scale designs with a nautical theme (ship wheels, sailboats, rope, nautical flags...

c. 1940s-1970s

Cheong sam or qipao is blue voided velvet, with a design of flowers and leaves. Dress has a metal zipper, painted blue, in the proper right side seam, opening into an asymmetrical flap extending...

c. 1950s-1960s

Cheong sam or qipao is peach color nylon plain weave, with a printed design of blue and yellow flowers with green leaves outlined in black, over a ground of outlined peach color flowers and...

1947-1952

Made of rose colored silk damask (pattern in pale pink), this dress has long sleeves. The standing collar, neckline, front yoke, cuffs and hem are decorated with two rows of silk satin flat...

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