Dating vintage gucci purse
THIS gown was owned by a very wealthy Greenwich, CT women who lived in Paris in the early 1950's.Her jewels were just recently sold at Doyle Auction House for tens of thousands each piece. The gown is slightly too small in the waist for the dressform, and a bit too large in the bust (heck of a figure on this women!! The "train" could have been worn in other configurations.The swing sleeves are the special design element here! Only wish I could find an advertisement or fashion layout for this coat.She would be glorious with long black gloves and perhaps a smashing red hat. there are just a couple moth nips and just one tiny moth hole in front (see photos).It's very dry and no longer viable, but I'm leaving it on the coat so your furrier can use as a pattern.The black silk thin patterned velvet coat is in great condition!
The lining is original and has a few minor spots here and there... The label is off on one side, so will need a stitch or two. ) wool coat in a deep tomato red color with black silk lining.That gown was sold at auction and was believed to have been owned by internationally renowned ballerina, Margot Fonteyn.I have found other labels of a "Nina Ricci patron original" label with the additional Marie Therese label, so I'm not absolutely sure if Marie Therese was just a top designer retail boutique, or additionally a dressmaker creating authorized couture designer gowns or both.Duty-free shopping at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport is a breeze airside with acres of romp room.Embrace the essence of iconic style with a timeless design from the vintage handbags range at Farfetch.
I believe the single "REVILLE" label dates to 1919-1929. it's in great condition inside and out with the only issue to mention is the slight oxidation of the ribbon (mostly at the back) and ever so slightly onto the back gold lace, but as the lace is moddled in design, you hardly see an issue. even though I've seen others that look similar that are newer... this one doesn't have that thick stiff wax so looks a lot more natural. Andre Courreges started a style revolution with his space age fashion He spent many years working for Balenciaga, so no surprise this suit is perfectly cut and sewn with meticulously matching lines. The trim, breast pockets and belt are a canary yellow heavy ribbed fabric. The only issue is one extremely light small spot found on the lower skirt back (see photo) and the fact that the belt needs a cleaning. Measures: 40" bust, up to 30" waist, up to 40" hips, 23" long skirt.