Givenchy's shoulder-banding white satin dress with tapered slashed skirt and a satin shawl is threaded with mink, 1954
this fabulous 1950s jacket was created with clever use of striped fabric, cut at an angle at the lower edge and enhanced by putting the pocket flaps at an angle to create a chevron
Dovima ♥ 1950’s
1954 suit, Lilli Ann.
Right arm held up hand extended , left arm lower, bent at the elbow with hand extended. The pose suggests that she is pushing through an invisible something eg closed curtains or branches etc.
From 1955, this ensemble consists of an empire waisted sheath dress and matching peplum jacket.
This 1955 suit is fashioned of a fabric called "Trouville", a blend of silk, mohair, and worsted. Check out the seaming on the collar, where the stripes are perfectly matched. Sold in 1955 for about $100.00 (about $814.00 in today's dollar.)
From 1954, this suit literally takes my breath away. The mohair blend fabric is accented with velvet panels. Came in gray with black or beige with brown. Sold in 1954 for about $100.00 (about $811.00 in today's dollar.)