1960's Galanos Couture Ivory Silk Satin Low-Plunge Long Sleeve Jumpsuit
A gorgeous Galanos Couture ivory-creme silk satin jumpsuit dating back to the mid 1960's. Dedication to excellence in craftsmanship and design was the foundation of James Galanos' career. The quality of workmanship found in his clothing is unsurpassed in America today. It may seem a contradiction that his sophisticated, mature and elegant clothing were designed and produced in Southern California, traditionally the land of sportswear. But Galanos was satisfied to remain where he began his business in 1951, a continent away from New York and the center of the American fashion industry. This ultra-chic jumpsuit is a perfect example of his talent. The bodice has the most flattering low-cut plunge slight empire design with lean, long button-wrist sleeves. I love the high-waist relaxed trouser leg which finishes this garment off with an effortless elegance. For every woman, a jumpsuit are a fashion must-have. It's a style for all ages, simply because it exudes an undeniably youthful flair, and yet remains incredibly timeless.
Measurements Bust: 36-37 inches Waist: 29 inches Hips: up to 40 inches Total Length: 58 inches Sleeve Length: 23 inches Inseam: 31 inches
This Galanos designer couture jumpsuit is in excellent condition with no rips or holes. Closures with hidden alternating buttons and eye/hooks. Only sign of age is some very faint spots to the silk satin which are not noticeable when worn. Please message for detailed pictures. This garment is over 50 years old and is truly stunning.