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Daisy's dress says "Flapper," but her long hair says "Now People." In the early seventies in London, Barbara Hulanicki's Biba boutique made retro fashion available to all. Leave it to Mary Quant, one of the inventors of the mini-skirt, to clad Daisy in Charleston instead of the more usual flowing granny dress. Daisy's other retro gowns include the yellow handkerchief dress, Tea Party, and Sister Kate, an ankle-length dark-lilac satin dress, both of which evoke the nineteen-tens and twenties. Because Daisy's satiny flapper dress hasn't turned up mint on the card, there's no telling whether it came with accessories. The red grosgrain straps on this example have definitely faded.