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After training at the Couture House of Edward Molyneux, Pierre Balmain opened his couture house in 1945 and shared a very sculptural quality with other designers of the 1950s, which was always allied with a ladylike essence and the post war penchant for luxury and beauty. His dresses had a body and a shape of their own and he preferred to use light colors such as gray, pistachio, mauve and light yellow with ornate embroidery and fur trimming. In addition to his couture label, there was a boutique line and accessories.
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Black Lace long sleeve jumpsuit

Balmain

Black Lace long sleeve jumpsuit

$1,800.00
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Black Lace long sleeve jumpsuit

Balmain

Black Lace long sleeve jumpsuit

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Amazing and unique Balmain black lace evening jumpsuit from the late 1960s. The long sleeved jumpsuit features a beautiful black lace layered over a nude lining along the bodice and wide leg styled pants. The added detail of the lace high neckline and the fully lace sleeves makes this a very dramatic look. Perfect when worn simply with black pumps and diamonds. In excellent condition, zipper up the back. Fits like a US 4-6.

Sleeve 23.5" | Shoulder 14" | Bust 34" | Waist 38" | Hips 30" | Length 34"

Blue dropwaist daydress

Balmain

Blue dropwaist daydress

$700.00
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Blue dropwaist daydress

Balmain

Blue dropwaist daydress

$700.00

1960's Balmain Couture day dress in jersey knit with wool plaid pleated skirt. Bodice is a cerulean blue turtleneck with a center seam. Fabric belt threaded through two gold metal grommets and fastens with hooks at the back. Wool skirt is cerulean blue and maroon tartan. Balmain label is missing, though the dress is in excellent condition. Timeless chic, brightens up any winter day, just add patent boots! 

Shoulders 14" | Sleeve 17" | Bust 32" | Waist 28" | Hips 32" | Length 43"

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