Cher in 'The Cher Show' Designed by Bob Mackie
Crimson silk velvet robe dress, constructed with a fitted bodice, extremely full dolman sleeves and ending in a floor-length skirt, self covered button trim at cuff; matching satin sash. Garment has a BOB MACKIE label.
Garment was worn in Episode 2.17, dated February 4, 1977. Sony and Cher had just been divorced at the time of the episode. Cher sings the musical number What A Difference A Day Makes wearing the dressing robe. Confirmed by Bob Mackie..
“Cher in 'The Cher Show' Designed by Bob Mackie,” Film Costume Collection, accessed June 6, 2023, https://filmcostumecollection.omeka.net/items/show/1642.
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