Red and Black Moss Crepe Gown
A very mod Alice Pollack moss crepe gown from the 1970s. The over sized collar and deep V neckline are balanced by the empire V waistline. Thick black and red panels on the poet style sleeves and body. Zipper on side. In excellent condition.
Shoulder 16" | Sleeves 29" | Bust 34" | Waist 29" | Hips 36" | Length 56.5
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Alice Pollack was a British fashion designer the 1960s and 1970s. She opened the London boutique Quorum in 1964 with textile designer, Celia Birtwell and her designer husband, Ossie Clark, which led to the Clark/Pollack designs partnership which saw fashion become more subtle and the mini was replaced by the midi and maxi hemlines. Together, Clark and Pollack designed clothing to fill their shop and that attracted the attention of the fashion conscious in late 60s London. In 1969 the business was acquired by Radley, but Pollock continued to design for the label into the 1970s. In 1973 Pollock and Clark dissolved their partnership and the label ended.