Stunning black maxi dress by Leonard!
This full length dress has a slight flare below the waist with a beautifully inset contrast that follows the hem all the way up to the bodice. It features a wide scooped neckline and the same green floral contrast outlines the silhouette. There is an adjustable belt at the waist that breaks up more of black space creating a pretty juxtaposition. Zipper closure center back.
Fun Fact: In 1954 Leonard was simply a textile company but in 1958 they invited Daniel Tribouillard to start a new fashion line venture. Daniel proved to be an indispensable asset to the firm and in 1960 invented a new method that allowed knits to be continuously printed! This method is still used today!
PLACE OF ORIGIN
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Wear consistent with age and use.
D 58 in.
D 147.32 cm
2-4 See Measurements (US)
36 in. (91.44 cm)
34 in. (86.36 cm)
42 in. (106.68 cm)
58 in. (147.32 cm)
This 1970s mod (with a nod to art nouveau revival) dress by Lanvin is absolutely gorgeous! The dress features long, full cuffed sleeves, an exaggerated pointed wing collar, and includes a wide sash belt. The shirtwaist dress buttons from hem to collar. The amazing floral print begins as a woven geometric design that blooms upwards into flowers. The print's vibrant azure blue, apple green, and bold Hollywood pink lie vividly against a white background. Fantastic!
Designed by Jules Fancois Crahay
Modern US Size: 8
Dress - Bust: 39, Waist: 38, Hip: 39 1/2, Shoulder Hem Length: 57 3/4, Wrist: 9 1/2 inches
Belt - Length: 63, Width: 4 inches
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