Cream Graphic Mod Dress

Cream Graphic Mod Dress

SKU: W60009
£165.00Price

Original Vintage: Coat Style Dress

 

Dating from: 1960s

 

Label Designer Louis Feraud at Rembrandt (Louis Feraud opened his first boutique in Cannes, France. In 1955 Bridget Bardot bought one of his dresses and this helped top establish his name. His dresses were sold in US, Canada, Paris and UK (Harrods)

 

Measurements:

Side Seam to Side Seam across bust 38” (96.5cm)

 

Side Seam to Side Seam across waist 32” (81.3cm)

 

Side Seam to Side Seam across hips 40" (101.5cm)

 

Length from back neck to hem: 35" (89 cm)

 

Length from back neck to hem: 44 1/2" (89 cm)

 

A Rock Follies Vintage Size: 14 (Dress is modelled on a size 12 mannequin )

 

Please check our size guide for how to take your measurements.

 

Fabric: a quality and heavy weight cream wool crepe, fully lined in ivory Louis Feraud branded lining fabric

Style: . Feraud was known for his strikingly graphic mod dresses and suits and this is one such example.

 

Features: The faux cross over design and silver tone metal buckles to one side are really iconic of the graphic mod look. A cleverly cut and constructed dress with full length sleeves with cuff. The shape of the dress is fitted under the bust and over the hips falling in an A line below the knee.

 

Closure: Dress: metal zip invisible at the centre back (invisible is the way a zip is sewn into a seam., as to appear unseen

 

Ideal to wear for: Smart dress ideal for smart place of work, event wedding

 

Vintage Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition:

 

Vintage items are not new they date back to a particular era, some have survived in amazing condition, while others may show some signs of age but we feel they still deserve to make it into our collection.

Therefore, we have listed our items into three Conditions:

 

Excellent Vintage Condition: Means the item is in great shape for its age. (Most of our stock will fall into this category)

 

 

 

  • care instructions

    Dry clean only

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