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    A Connie Francis Group of Professional and Personal Clothing, 1990s. Three outfits total including: 1) the first a black silk dress, floor-length, V-neck, peek-a-boo back, dolman sleeves, entirely covered with iridescent sequins, no label present; worn by the singer when she performed at Carnegie Hall in NYC in 1995; 2) the second a black rayon jumpsuit, scoop neck and back, long sleeves, entirely covered with black sequins, label reads "Marc Bouwer" (interestingly, Whitney Houston's favorite designer); worn by the singer at various concerts; and 3) the third a black silk dress, knee-length, boat neck, long cuffed sleeves, label reads in part "ADuddle / Made in Hong Kong;" worn by the singer in her private life.
    Included with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' hand-signed by Connie Francis.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2017
    1st Sunday
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