Luxurious and sophisticated 1970s vintage cocktail dress in black metallic knit with white satin collar and faux french cuffs. Daring peek-a-boo bodice and deep slit at left side of skirt. Bracelet-length kimono sleeves with large rhinestone button detail at cuffs. Black satin bow at neck. Nylon Talon back zip with two hook&eyes at the collar. Thread belt loops. Made in the U.S.A.
From local theater Onstage Atlanta.
Labels: Jay Kobrin for Maisonette, Neiman-Marcus (high-end luxury department store)
background: Jay Kobrin, born 1936, has a Master's degree in costume design from Yale University. He is vice president of Gordon Micunis Designs, an interior design firm he runs with his husband, Gordon Micunis. Kobrin has designed for Malcolm Starr, Maisonette, and other highly sought-after vintage labels.
Fiber/Care: unknown, synthetic metallic knit, dry-clean
Condition: half-inch repair at top right shoulder near collar, seam under right arm has been restitched (no damage), tiny spots on collar and left cuff, small stain on right cuff (see photos), missing original belt. price reflects these minor imperfections.
*This dress has been professionally dry-cleaned and is ready to wear.*
Garment Measurements (there is some stretch):
bust: 28"/71cm plus plenty of stretch
waist: 27"/68.5cm (not much stretch here)
skirt length: 26"/66cm
slit: 14"/35.5cm from hem up
hem sweep: 58"/147.25cm
(BDV SKU: 00329-011)
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