Rwanda : Design changes of little black dress from 1956-1962
In our last article “Evolution of little black dress”, we highlighted that the little black dress was invented and made widespread by Coco Chanel.
Although she did not invent the concept, the dress was not formally identified as the shape of the future until her drawing of the little black dress was published in the American vogue.
Since it has become a woman’s must have today, we find it vital to follow the history and design changes of little black dress from 1926, the year it was identified up to date.
Today, we bring you the little black dress version of 1957 to 1962.
A gorgeous back side gathered dress from Paris.
To be honest, this design would catch attention if a model walked down the run away in the dress. Still, it is a great source of inspiration for a party dress or any informal wear.
Today’s fashion calls for innovation and modification among others, so this gorgeous gathered dress has a place in the modern world of fashion.
Miss Chanel, the celebrated designer herself, puts the finishing touches on a late-’50s design.
The dress looks modern because of its design and some designs of this nature, are presently used in designing different outfits especially long gowns and long skirts.
Audrey Hepburn wearing a little black dress designed by Hubert de Givenchy. The dress is composed with pearls necklace and the gloves for a complete look.
Chanel’s influence is seen in the multiple ropes of pearls piled atop a little black dress.