A truly unique and ultra seductive metallic gold lamé burlesque stage gown dating back to the late 1930's. This seductive showstopper is a beautifully constructed with yards of draped gold lamé and ivory silk crepe lined Victorian chenille-fringe. The fabrication is truly gorgeous; large white paillettes hand beaded into a skilled sheer bodice illusion. I love the dramatic cut-out sides that flow into a duel-train backless design. The train looks just as fantastic draped over the shoulder as it does on the wrist. The silhouette is so fresh and strikingly modern. A garment like this is a true piece of theatrical costume history. The pictures say it all.
This one-of-a-kind 1930's metallic gold lamé stage piece is in very good wearable condition. Presents beautifully. Signs of wear are fray to the bust cups, small amount of missing chenille, some missing beadwork and some faint watermarks to the ivory crepe. Please message for detailed pictures. Perfectly working hand-set back metal hook closures. A true rarity for any vintage fashion collector.