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  • Dita Lehrack

    'Ecarlate' cocktail dress, Christian Dior, 1955, Paris. I would wear this, but fashion designers today only want way-to-tight and showing more boobs. Maybe the up-and coming actresses and models should walk the red carpet naked!

  • Nongnart Chirakiti

    Vintage Dior 1955. For me this is the fashion star of the 50s. I have been on earth ever since this dress/coat was made, I'm thinking it was made just for ME!

  • Amara InSeattle

    Red coats. Christian Dior, 1955.

  • TheArchivist

    1955-56 - Christian Dior dress, 'Ecarlate' ('Scarlet') Silk faille cocktail dress

  • The A 1st

    #ChristianDior #1955 #red #crimson xoxo, AYG

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Dress House of Dior (French) ca. 1955

'Virevolte' ensemble | Christian Dior (French, 1905-1957) | France, Autumn/Winter 1955 | Material: wool | Emphasis on a nipped waist was the primary characteristic of Christian Dior's designs. This day ensemble features another Dior hallmark, the cropped jacket, to create the same look. Paired with a box-pleated skirt, the jacket skims the waist, accentuating the hourglass shape | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

"Virevolte" House of Dior (French, founded 1947) Designer: Christian Dior (French, Granville 1905–1957 Montecatini) Date: fall/winter 1955 Culture: French Medium: wool

"A" ensemble, spring/summer 1955 Christian Dior (French, 1905–1957); Christian Dior Haute Couture (French, founded 1947) Wool, silk, straw