1960s Tony Armstrong Raw Silk Turquoise Dress

£450.00
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Description
This 1960s Tony Armstrong evening dress is cut in a classic and flattering column silhouette with a high rounded neckline and short, slightly capped sleeves. The front is very lightly embroidered with fine blue thread in a criss-cross pattern. This continues round to the back of the dress, where a concealed original metal zipper ensures a smooth and seamless fit. A pair of right and left darts to the front and back emphasises the waist. The fabric is a very fine quality peacock blue raw silk with a satin sheen to it whilst it is fully lined in a lilac coloured acetate. A best fit for around a UK 8-10 or US 4-6. Superb vintage condition and looks barely worn, we noted only a small area of discoloration to the lining near both the sleeve underarms but this is totally unseen when worn.

Tony Armstrong was a British couture and ready to wear designer during the 1960s with a workshop in fashionable Notting Hill. His impeccably tailored clothes were retailed in high end department stores Harvey Nicols, London and I. Magnin of San Francisco.

MEASUREMENTS:
BUST - 34in. (86.36cm)
WAIST - 29in. (73.66cm)
HIP - 38in. (96.52 cm)
LENGTH - 52in. (132.08cm)
SHOULDERS -31in. ( 78.74cm)