The trapezoidal silhouette that Saint Laurent invented for his first collection at Dior was an immediate success, in part because its geometric formalism seemed to align fashion with contemporary art and design
1958 Yves Saint Laurent for Dior “Trapeze We were way too poor for designer clothes, but cheap knock-offs were affordable. This looks familiar--since my momma was pretty much pregnant from 1952 through 1960 she probably wore something this baggy a lot.
Kouka Denis in two-piece guipure lace dress by Yves Saint Laurent for Dior, 1958 black lace dress evening cocktail ballet length long sleeves bow belt shoes hair gloves model designer couture late era vintage
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IKEA - Bekvam spice racks Love the upside down idea