The deep collar of Dior’s redingote turns up high to frame the face. By Gruau 1950


From: Autumn is a city season. Creations by Dior as seen by René Gruau. Flair Magazine, September 1950. Page 36. 
Diagonal lines emphasize the reverse of a coat or the drapery of a skirt and tend to sharpen many otherwise soft silhouettes. The deep collar of Dior’s plum fleece redingote turns up high to frame the face. Holt Renfrew, Canada. The skirt of Dior’s caramel fleece fitted coat is gathered in oblique panels. Henri Bendel, New York; I. Magnin, California.

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