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Products include: (1958) After Six Nite Magic Jacket. Wash-and-Wear. Harmonizing (and contrasting) cummerbund and tie sets, too. (1972) You are looking at 8 tuxedos. The TuxTail, The Marlowe, The Ryder and The Grosvenor. (1964) What to do with your After Six tuxedo between weddings - Wear it to the office Monday morning. To hell with what everyone thinks. (1958) Imported silks, lustrous mohairs, shadow-weight tropicals, man-made fabrics and automatic wash-and-wear. In crisp white - virile colors. (1957) Lady Guinevere and Sir Lancelot made a neat triangle out of King Arthur's round table... (1954) After Six with Vic Damone. Rudo Sumrwear, Inc. (1956) Although her beauty and grace were renowned, legend has it that Salome would have given all seven of her veils for just one escort formally attired in an "After Six" full dress. (1956) Josephine kept Napoleon in the dark... (1956) Helen of Troy loved the hoi polloi... (1958) A wide range in styles - from Ivy to distinctive Avant Garde. Details include such refinements as hacking pockets, velvet collars, detachable velvet and satin sleeve cuffs. Dynasty Collection (1984) Distinctive formalwear for the man who wears success well. John Forsythe. Every man deserves his own Dynasty. (1958) By Rudofker. Imported silks, lustrous mohairs, shadow-weight tropicals, man-made fabrics and automatic wash-and-wear. Harmonizing (and contrasting) cummerbund and tie sets, too. Free Dress Chart Booklet by Bert Bacharach. After Six Tan Ascot Tuxedo (1980) With its notched lapels trimmed with matching braid. Also available in grey. All made of a classic blend of 55 percent Dacron polyester / 45 percent wool for unrumpled smoothness all party long. The Wedding of Weddings. All groom's accessories by After Six / Gown by Alfred Angelo / Photographed at the Westbury Hotel, New York City. (1957) By Rudofker. Write for free Dress Chart by Bert Bacharach, authority on men's fashions. Rudofker After Six Formal (1958) Gay blade Dick Button, World Figure Skating Champion, is wearing a dinner jacket of Caribbean red. He has other jackets in blue, ginger and silver. Evening wear was never this colorful - or comfortable before. Celanese Corporation of America. And More!
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