Interesting history for this pattern! There are two versions of it, one by Nina Ricci and one by Yves Saint Laurent. Nina Ricci is supposed to be the actual designer, and that’s the version we’re offering here. Amazing dress, no matter who designed it! "Front-wrapped, step-in shirtdress, mid-knee or ankle length, has semi-fitted bodice gathered to forward shoulder seams, self or contrast wide notched collar and lapels, full length sleeves gathered into self or contrast buttoned cuffs and side pleated skirt. Contrast bias sash. Note: Contrast collar, lapels and cuffs to be of light color fabric only."
Pattern: Vogue Paris Original 2729 (15 pcs uncut & complete with instructions, factory folded; sew in label included)
Copyright: ca 1972
Back Waist Length: 16 3/4
Envelope: Fair/Good: slightly wrinkled, wear & tear at corners and top flap, store stamp on front
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