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Sleeveless, black robe with embroidered red, yellow and white geometric designs. The robe is shaped like two squares, the smaller above the larger. The upper square is open at the sides, sewn closed along the top with a rounded neck opening. The lower square is sewn closed at the sides and open at the bottom. Around the neck opening are yellow and white bands of double helix. There is a wide border with alternating red and white lines above and below a gold double helix. The border forms a downward point beneath the neck opening. The border also runs down the sides of the upper square, between the two squares and along the bottom of the lower square. Amidst the borders are designs of hearts, squares and triangles in white and yellow.

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