1960s psychedelic paisley print nylon shift dress. The colors are even more vibrant in person, and the enormous paisley and roses print on deep fuchsia pink ground is right on trend for today. Tubular self-fabric belt. Metal Atlas back zip with top hook&eye. Union made in the U.S.A. From the McGee estate.
Labels: Gotham Originals by Leo Narducci, 1963-'74 ILGWU label
background: American designer and Korean War veteran Leo Narducci created well-made, affordable fashions for the trendy modern woman. He became house designer for Gotham Originals in 1964, and his collection won him the Cody Award in 1965.
Fiber/Care: unmarked, single-knit nylon, washable
Condition: a few spots at lower left front (see photo), the tips of the belt are open but they may have started out that way
*This dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
- there's a bit of horizontal stretch to the knit fabric -
shoulders: 14.5" (36.5cm)
bust: 37.5" (95.25cm)
waist: maximum 36" (91.5cm), adjust smaller with belt
hips: 37" (94cm)
length: 39" (99cm) shoulder to hem on front
belt: 55" (140cm) long
(BDV SKU: 00431-019)
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