The legendary designer, Roy Halston Frowick -- known simply as Halston -- may have died in 1990, but his iconic brand will be relaunched on February 4th (to the sheer delight of many fashionistas) with the first runway show in years. Halston's heyday was during the disco-dancing 70s, when stars like Bianca Jagger, Lauren Bacall, and Elizabeth Taylor were sporting his long, flowing gowns to Studio 54 and the like. Many imitated his style, and everything you associate with disco fashion is largely due to Halston. 24 hours after the show debuts, two of the key styles will become immediately available to purchase online at NET-A-PORTER.com. Since you'd normally have to wait several months later to see runway items in boutiques, the fashion couldn't be any fresher. We're fairly certain, because of the combination of retail ingenuity and the rebirth of a legendary brand, the initial two styles at NET-A-PORTER.com will sell out fast. So if you're dying for a Halston dress, which is on par with an Hermés Kelly bag for iconic status, bookmark the page now. At the very least, you'll be able to take a gander at the upcoming retrospective the site is putting together to commemorate one of America's greatest designers.