1996 Gucci by Tom Ford Runway White Stretch Jersey Cut-Out Plunge Gown
Absolutely gorgeous and instantly recognizable 1996 fall/winter Gucci by Tom Ford documented runway look 43. As shown, this iconic gown is also part of the MET museum collection. Vogue stated, "Tom Ford’s fall 1996 show had the same effect for a much broader audience, now receptive to Ford’s new/old take on glamour, and tiring of the waif. Vogue dubbed the show, which closed with showstopping white jersey gowns that nodded to Halston and Elsa Peretti, the fashion equivalent of a one-night stand at Studio 54.” This highly coveted white floor length gown, fashioned in the highest quality stretch silk jersey, is a wonderful example of Tom Ford's genius. The bodice is an alluring low-cut front plunge with lean, long sleeves. The fabric molds to the body for a perfect fit. This magnificent well-documented glamour gown would make an epic bridal or red carpet look.
Measurements Marked: Size 38 (varies due to stretch) Bust: 32-34 inches Waist: 28-30 inches Hips: up to 37 inches Total Length: 60 inches
This rare 1996 Gucci by Tom Ford runway gown is in beautiful condition with no rips, holes or alternations. Slips on with front hidden snap. Highly wearable and an investment piece that will continue to increase in value.