Dress of multicolored silk crepe. Bodice is predominantly pink-light brown; high round neckline with slight point at center front; orange teardrop insertion at center neckline; hanging 1"-thick strip of fabric that is pink brown at upper half and dark pink at lower half; drape of brown fabric starts at center front and goes over proper left shoulder; bright pink strip woven through bodice and brown drape. Short sleeves. Brown belt at natural waist. Skirt is predominantly purple brown with a large gray teardrop insertion from thigh to bottom hem.
Gilbert Adrian was best known for his Hollywood film costumes, yet he also designed fashionable clothing that was often influenced by modern art. This dress, for example, constructed from many different pieces, demonstrates the influence of Cubism.