An absolutely stunning and highly desirable Giorgio Sant' Angelo designer dress dating back to his 1971 spring/summer condition. He first hit the fashion scene when Diana Vreeland asked him to create clothing for a desert location shoot that starred Verushka in 1968. This shoot was legendary and his clothing were instantly sought out by all the most fashionable women on the planet. This unique watercolor tie-dye floral print chiffon bohemian beauty is a perfect example of his genius. The over-sized pointy bodice applique is made of a rich sienna brown leather suede which works so well with the chiffon. I love the easy-to-wear wrap style and matching sash belt. The striking angel-sleeves, which cleverly mirror the pointed collar design, give this garment such a playful vibe. It's the perfect piece to throw on during the day with sandals or leather boots for night. Sant' Angelo once said, "I am not a fashion designer but an artist who works in fashion engineer of color and form." A stunning slice of bohemian fashion history.
Measurements Bust: 34-36 inches Waist: 29 inches (belt used to make smaller) Hips: up to 40 inches Total Length: 55 inches
This rare Sant' Angelo designer wrap dress is in beautiful condition with no rips, stains or holes. Garment closes with inner tie and hidden bodice snaps. This dress is over 50 years ago yet reads so modern in the best way.