Timeless Vixen is pleased to offer this iconic gown from the Christian Dior collection of 1967. The House of Dior has been an enduring icon of Haute-Couture. While the House of Dior is still a thriving business today, Dior's untimely death in 1957 left the fashion world without a great dictator of style. Christian Dior designed under his own name for only a decade, but his influence is everlasting. When the talented Marc Bohan took over as head designer, he continued the Dior tradition of elegant design and this beautiful garment is a wonderful example. The garment is fashioned in a stunning bubblegum pink, fully lined, mid-weight silk. It is easy to see the level of quality in this piece with the inner boned corset structure and hand finishings. The bodice has an elegant ruched one-shoulder design and dramatic side bow. I adore the flattering goddess column skirt which finishes this gown off with the perfect ethereal look. As Dior once said, "Elegance must be the right combination of distinction, naturalness, care and simplicity." This couture treasure is a wonderful mix of these elements.
Bust: 33-34 inches
Waist: 26 inches
Hips: up to 38 inches
Total Length: 57 inches
This 1967 Christian Dior Paris spring-summer numbered gown is in good wearable condition with rips, holes or alternations. The workmanship is immaculate, duel layered and all hand-finished. Perfectly working duel Eclair metal-zippers in place. As shown, the bottom skirt and back have watermarks, causing slight color unevenness. Please message for more detail pictures. Due to the historic nature of the garment, cleaning left to the purchaser. Priced accordingly. An investment piece that will only continue to increase in value.