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David Fielden

David Fielden Vintage Ribbonwork Full Length Evening Gown, 1990s

David Fielden Vintage Ribbonwork Full Length Evening Gown, 1990s

Regular price $130.00 USD
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An incredible vintage womens evening gown from the 90s by luxury British fashion designer, David Fielden, who specialised in bridal and eveningwear and has designed for the likes of Princess Diana and Elizabeth Taylor. In a peachy rose pink fabric with a fluid silk chiffon skirt with a long train. The bodice is embellished with intricate floral ribbonwork and has cap sleeves.

Size: Unlabelled; measures roughly like a modern womens UK 8/ US 4. Please check the measurements.
Bust - 34” / 86cm
Waist - 26” / 66cm
Hips - 42” / 106cm
Length (Shoulder to Hem) - 74” / 188cm

Condition: Very Good vintage condition - Couple of very faint marks to train, completely lost when worn. No noticeable stains, tears or holes.

- Back zipper
- Fully lined

Materials: Unlabelled; silk chiffon skirt, bodice probably viscose or similar.

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