Ossie Clark for Radley cream maxi dress in good vintage condition.
Perfect wedding dress!
Same version of the dress is held at the V&A Museum.
In 1968 Ossie Clark was designing his own couture line and also designing pieces for Alice Pollock for her Quorum Boutique. The Radley company approached Alice to find out of she could convince Ossie to design a top of the market collection that they would produce and sell to various boutiques and department stores. Dresses like this were the result of that collaboration.
Dress is unlined. The buttons have been covered in the same moss crepe as the dress is made from.
An attached tie wraps around and ties to give you some the shape and definition through the waist.
Ties could be worn infront as well.
Huge bishop cut sleeves puff up above each cinched wrist.
Dress is unlined. It slips over the head to wear with attached ties at the waist.
Sleeves: 67 cm with the cuff, but come up when cuffs are buttoned
Shoulders: approxim 39cm
Bust: to 20" flat across from side seam to side seam
Waist: 46cm flat across from side seam to side seam and can be defined by the attached tie
Hips: 57cm flat across from side seam to side seam
Length: 148cm from neck to hem