Breathtaking Ungaro haute couture ivory silk asymmetric gown dating back to his 2000-2001 fall/winter runway collection. Ungaro, who trained under Spanish designer Cristobal Balenciaga, described himself as a "sensual obsessive" with a reputation for bold looks. This gorgeous documented runway gown definitely confirms Ungaro's genius. The fabric itself is a masterpiece; high-quality luxurious pleated silk satin which molds to the body effortlessly. The heavily embellished, beaded bandeau bodice really steals the show. This in itself must have taken weeks to complete. The gathered one-shoulder compliments the seductive side cut-out perfectly. The complex skirting with ultra low backless design really looks magnificent when you walk. We added any pictures so one can appreciate this masterful achievement. This would make a beautiful red carpet or bridal moment.
Bust: 34-35 inches
Waist: 25-27 inches
Hips: up to 37 inches
Total Length: 60 inches (not including train)
This 2000 Ungaro haute couture runway gown is in very good condition with no holes, rips or discoloration. Presents beautifully. Perfectly working hand set metal skirt hooks and an impressive bandeau bodice structure. After close inspection we found a few faint spots and pulls throughout the silk. We also noticed wear back the closure and the overall pleating has relaxed with age. Please message for all detailed pictures. The level of work in this piece would only be found in the highest couture of today. Highly wearable and an investment piece that will continue to increase in value.