Monday, 9 July 2018

Les Collections de Printemps (1970) Dior, Cardin, Patou, Nina Ricci & Saint-Laurent



                            Les Collections de Printemps 

                    Légendes Du Dossier Haute Couture


FASHION MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATION 1970







DIOR FASHION ILLUSTRATION 1970

(Above) Dior: Abraham black crépe de chine mid-calf dress, Cheval black leather and tortoiseshell belt, religious folds in the bodice!




FASHION ILLUSTRATION 1970
(Left) Cardin Harem pants, bright yellow satin crépe blouse by Léonard. (Right) Saint-Laurent Flower dress with godets, made in a marvellous voile printed with red-gold Qiana nylon yarns.





PIERRE CARDIN FASHION ILLUSTRATION 1970

             (Above): Cardin Maxi length dress, slit at front, with bell sleeves in double pistachio green pure wool.           





JEAN PATOU LOUIS FERAUD FASHION ILLUSTRATION 1970

(Left) Patou's Maxi Dress in Veron's fibranne fabric,  in café au lait, white and red. (Right) Féraud: Beige cotton gabardine dress with Courtelle knit inlay and matching trousers.




NINA RICCI FASHION ILLUSTRATION 1970

      (Above) Nina Ricci: Chatillon, striped shantung canvas dress, zip closure, braided leather belt and suede  bow.




PIERRE CARDIN AND CHRISTIAN DIOR FASHION ILLUSTRATION 1970
(Left) Cardin: Maxi dress in golden salmon and lilac Crépe de Chine, long vest on dress, low belt and collar in vinyl maroon.  (Right) Dior: Crépe de Chine dress, printed in red, yellow and black.


                                             IMAGE CREDITS & LINKS
All images scanned for the Sweet Jane blog from Dépèche Mode, March 1970, with thanks to Brad Jones. View some more examples of Paris fashion from Spring 1970 in my previous posts The Ad-Lib Fashion Show at a Paris Bistro (1970) and Paris in the 70s, the Spring Collections Petticoat Magazine (1970). Another fashion report on the new longer lengths from the same period—the Maxi Look from Biba in Jours De France (1970). And finally, discover more about Qiana the luxury, silk-like, nylon fibre introduced to the fashion industry by Du Pont in 1968 through its association with various Couture Houses.

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