DALLAS — A retrospective of fashions by black designers will be shown at the African American Museum here Sept. 20 through Feb. 28.

"A Stitch In Time: 1800 to 2000" will highlight the fashions of Ann Lowe, who created dresses for such powerful families as the Rockefellers and DuPonts and is best known for designing the gown worn by Jacqueline Bouvier when she wed John F. Kennedy.

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