1968 Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby Green Purple Brocade & Mink Gown


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1968 Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby Green Purple Brocade & Mink Gown

$1,200.00 USD

ID: 0925181

Size: large

Condition: Excellent

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In this gorgeous Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby designer gown, the detailed construction and meticulous attention to detail are comparable to what you will find in modern haute-couture. Jane Derby was known as a high-end New York boutique, opening in 1936. In 1965, the famous Oscar de la Renta took over as head designer for the company and in 1969 changed the name to no longer include Jane Derby. This exceptional garment, fashioned from emerald green and purple metallic print silk brocade, is not only eye-catching but also an important piece of early Oscar de la Renta fashion history. The gown has a gorgeous wide-neck, slight cap sleeve bodice. This figure flattering garment accentuates the bust and skims the hips as it flows down the body in an effortless a-line column silhouette. Just look at the genuine mink-fur trimming. A timeless gown that is perfect for any modern event. Stylish, feminine luxury will never go out of style.

Bust: 39-40 inches
Waist: 34 inches
Hips: 42 inches
Total Gown Length: 58 inches

This Oscar de la Renta designer gown is in excellent condition with no rips, stains or holes. Perfectly working back zipper and fully-lined. Highly wearable and an investment piece that will continue to increase in value.