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1970s two piece set
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1970s two piece maxi set in red from Christian Dior. This authentic vintage silk dress features a spaghetti strap dress with a straight neck, spotted print throughout, and long hem. Has matching long sleeve cheer top with a tie neck, and spotted print throughout. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.
Item ID:10441382

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Silk 100%
  • Brand Style ID : 60CD0321970STWOPIECEGOWN
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      1970s two piece set

    SHIPPING FROM: What Goes Around Comes Around, Los Angeles

    What Goes Around Comes Around
    Owners Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser travel the world to hand-select the finest vintage clothing for their boutiques in New York and LA. With curated items from the 1860s to the 1990s, the world’s largest collection of vintage Chanel and a rock‘n’roll atmosphere, the stores have become a must-visit for the fashion elite.


    Christian Dior founded his Parisian namesake brand in 1946. The house of Dior is famous for its haute couture designs and for creating the ‘New Look’ that would influence the style of the fifties, and has become a leading luxury brand with a reputation for innovative style. In 1950 Jacques Rouët devised a licensing program to place the now-renowned name of "Christian Dior" visibly on a variety of luxury goods. It was placed first on neckties and soon was placed on hosiery, furs, hats, gloves, handbags, jewellery, lingerie, and scarves.