Vintage 1970s Miss Dior Dress Black Jersey Made in France L
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This is a 1970s Miss Dior dress made in France of a quality black rayon jersey. This 1970s Miss Dior dress has dolman (batwing) sleeves, a kimono style V shaped neckline and a banded waist decorated with hanging bows at the centre front. The skirt of the dress is box pleated at the back and the skirt falls beautifully in drapes.
Label: Miss Dior Made in France. The Miss Dior line was introduced in 1967 as a ready-to-wear line targeted to a younger clientele. The line was designed by Philippe Guibourgé, who worked with Jacques Fath and Antonio del Castillo at Lanvin before becoming assistant to Marc Bohan at Dior. He left Dior in 1978 to launch the ready-to-wear line for the house of Chanel. Miss Dior was made in France for the domestic market until December of 1970, when they started to export to North America.
Retailer label: Made in France For Holt Renfrew. Holt Renfrew is a Canadian department store chain that sells only designer, quality private label and luxury goods. They have a long relationship with Dior, having become an important importer of French fashion subsequent to WWII when European domestic markets were devastated due to the war.
Fabric: The label on this 1970s Miss Dior dress reads Pure Rayonne - the fabric is a jersey, slightly translucent with beautiful fall.
Sizing: No size is indicated, and although this 1970s Miss Dior dress should fit a large size, please rely on the following measurements for fit:
Shoulders: 17” across
Sleeve inseam: 20”
Bust: 40” around
Length: 46 1/2”, measured flat
Condition: This 1970s Miss Dior dress is in excellent condition - well stored for over the years.
This is a French made 1970s Miss Dior dress - fabulous style!