1960s Green Wool Mod Shift Dress

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1960s Green Wool Mod Shift Dress
  • André Courreges developed his knack for dynamic silhouettes while working under Cristóbal Balenciaga. Later he would become known at the "Space Age Designer" combining traditional couture with a daring blend of minimalism and futurism, making his one of the founding designers of the Mod Look. This rare wool color-block shift dress created by André Courreges for Bonwit Teller in the late 1960s is a museum-quality example of the Mod trend that took the decade by storm.
  • Loops for belt
  • Minimalist silhouette
  • Color blocking design
  • Size zip
  • Lined
Condition: Excellent. Minor marks to exterior fabric. Excellent vintage condition for age.
  • Bust: 16 in (40.5 cm)
  • Waist: 14 in (35.5 cm)
  • Length to Hem: 34 in (86.5 cm)
Made in France.
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Courreges 1960s Green Wool Mod Shift Dress


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