Experience the captivating allure of the 1960’s with this vintage Lanvin abstract geometric print shirtwaist dress. A masterpiece of design, the shift-style dress boasts a vibrant color palette featuring navy, red, pink, white, and light blue hues. The shirt collar adds a touch of sophistication, while fabric-covered buttons grace the bodice and sleeve cuffs – six on the bodice and two on each cuff.
While the belt may be absent, the dress maintains its elegance in excellent vintage condition, free from tears or discoloration. A cloth label discreetly marks the interior. The eye-catching and colorful print harmonizes seamlessly with contemporary fashion trends, offering a timeless statement piece for your wardrobe.
Please refer to the provided measurements for accurate sizing, as the tag lists the dress as size 14. The fabric content, though unlabeled, is believed to be a poly blend.
Measurements (lying flat; please double):
- Bust: 20 1/2″
- Waist: 19 1/2″
- Hips: 21″
- Sleeve Length: 22 1/2″
- Shoulder to Hemline: 40″
History of Lanvin: Founded by Jeanne Lanvin in 1890, the maison’s legacy is etched in elegance and innovation. Lanvin’s journey began with a millinery shop, later evolving into a celebrated dressmaking business. In 1950, Antonio del Castillo’s designs breathed new life into Lanvin’s creations, leading to the house’s transformation into Lanvin-Castillo. Jeanne Lanvin’s vision endures as a beacon of timeless style and artistry.
Information courtesy of Vintage Fashion Guild.