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Christian Dior Vintage
candy and icecream print slip dress

Description

At a prime era of post-war, restrictions were banned, introducing a time of ostentation, celebration and luxury. One of the most authentic revolutions of the decade was created by Christian Dior. For many years until his natural death, the French designer baffled fashion consumers and fanatics with a new shape each season, never ceasing to amaze. This turquoise silk candy and icecream print slip dress from Christian Dior Vintage features spaghetti straps, a v-neck, a low back and a keyhole at the chest. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections. Excellent condition.

Made in France

Designer Style ID: DIO130

Farfetch ID: 11606608

Size & Fit

Fitting Information

Item fits true to size

Measurement Information

Below are the measurements for Vintage Dresses in size 38

Centimeters Inches

Product

LENGTH:
100 cm
HIPS:
90 cm
WAIST:
70 cm
BUST:
84 cm

Model

Bust/Chest:
83 cm
Height:
179 cm
Hips:
85 cm
Waist:
61 cm

Model is wearing size: 38

Product

LENGTH:
39.4 in
HIPS:
35.4 in
WAIST:
27.6 in
BUST:
33.1 in

Model

Bust/Chest:
32.7 in
Height:
70.5 in
Hips:
33.5 in
Waist:
24 in

Model is wearing size: 38

All measurements are made by Farfetch

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Composition & Care
Composition:
Silk 100%
Washing Instructions:
Dry Clean Only
Designer : Christian Dior Vintage

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.

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