Andre Courreges launched his Space-Age collection in 1964. The shapes of his clothes were geometric: squares, trapezoids, triangles. The main features of his ultra-modern, uncluttered look spread quickly throughout the fashion world, especially the miniskirt, which he introduced to France. This stunning chocolate-brown silk dress from 1967 is a proper example of his vision. The absolutely superb seaming highlight the cut and signature chunky zipper. I love the side white-buttons and belted-waist which create a fitted look even with his iconic a-line construction. As Andre Courreges once said, "The woman who interests me doesn't belong to any particular physical type. She lives a certain life, however. She is active, moves fast, works, is usually young and modern enough to wear modern, intelligent clothes."
Bust: 34-35 inches
Waist: 27 inches
Hips: 36 inches
Total Length: 38 inches
This vintage Courreges dress is in excellent condition with no rips, stains or holes. Fully lined with original belt still present. Highly wearable and an investment piece that will continue to increase in value.