One Piece Dress.
Semi-fitted, slightly A-line sleeveless dress has high V-neckline in front and square at back. Button trim. Pockets in side front seams.
Featured in Vogue Pattern Book December 1967/January 1968 and Vogue Pattern Counter Book December 1967
Federico Forquet ~~ Born in 1931, Federico Forquet made a spectacular debut in 1962 and was called the "Italian Dior" by the press. He was praised by Armani for his clean style and “intelligent seduction” . His atelier closed in 1972 as he felt that it would be unthinkable to go into partnership with a manufacturer. He was first and foremost an artist and has continued his successful career designing gardens and interiors.
Pattern is unused, uncut and still factory folded, in excellent condition. Pattern envelope is in EXCELLENT condition with only 1 small faint brownish mark on the front. (Please note that the fabric label is NOT included with this pattern.)
Size 12 :
Bust - 34
Mailed to you in an acid-free, resealable cello envelope.
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