1960s Bill Blass Orange Mod Mini Dress with Nugget Belt Detail
Fantastic futuristic bright orange dress by Bill Blass! The dress is mini length, with short sleeves, a high faux turtle neckline large box pleating on the front. The bodice has an amazing geometric detail and is embellished with two metal buttons on this sides.
Fun fact: In 1959, Bill Blass was the designer for the Maurice Rentner, A company comprised of Anna Miller and her brother. 8 years later Bill bought the company and only 2 years after that he changed the name to Bill Blass, Ltd.
36 in. (91.44 cm)
32 in. (81.28 cm)
42 in. (106.68 cm)
28.5 in. (72.39 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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