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JACKIE

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Former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ style is practically synonymous with ladylike and sartorial grace. The shift dress was one of her go-to silhouettes.  The Jackie is a classic straight shift dress with a roll-over neck detail in...Read more

Former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ style is practically synonymous with ladylike and sartorial grace. The shift dress was one of her go-to silhouettes. 

The Jackie is a classic straight shift dress with a roll-over neck detail in a power red for modern women who are in charge. A straight silhouette that nips in slightly at the waist. The princess seams start over the bust to ensure a true 60s style fit and form-flattering shape. In a vibrant ultra luxe and crisp silk-wool, it's the only boardroom-to-after hours fête dress you'll need. Lined with silk habotai in blush pink and trimmed with lace on the inside of the hem.

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Details:

  • Fitted shift silhouette
    • Vintage 60s princess seams skim your body and give shape to the dress
    • Rollover neck detail, open in the back
    • Lace detail on inside to finish the hem
    • Blind hem completed by hand 
    • Invisible back zip with hook & eye closure
    • Knee-length
    • Made in Los Angeles
    • The Jackie takes 11 hours for one craftsman to sew start to finish.

     

    Read more about some of the couture techniques we have incorporated in this style. 

     

    Fit notes:

    This style is made from silk-wool and does not contain any stretch materials. The bodice and waist are fitted, so please mind our size guide when selecting your size. We do not do vanity sizing, therefore one might consider we run small.

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    Fashion History Fact: 

    Silk-wool was a very popular fabric in the 1960s. Many of Jackie Kennedy's ensembles were made from it during her White House years. Then, it was known as Alaskine.