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Roy Halston got his start as a precocious milliner, whose inventive creations landed some impressive clients, including Jackie O with her signature pillbox hat. But he catapulted to fame in the seventies, setting the new standard for American sportswear, with his expert use of knits and jerseys, streamlined shapes and, of course, those iconic, slinky gowns that epitomized Studio 54 glamour. Now under the helm of London born Marios Schwab, Halston has stepped into a new era, revamping that American tradition with European edge. Schwab has brought a new, stark sophistication to the house signatures that still include those sexy kits, draped jerseys, and disco goddess gowns that are sure to slink past any velvet rope.