This is an unused skirt made in France under the Miss Dior label, dating to the early 70s. This came from a lot of old store stock from the 1960s and 70s that I acquired about five years ago, some with tags and some without - included in the lot were a number of pieces by Christian Dior, but also other French fashion houses, all of it unused. The skirt is printed with a wonderful floral design in tones of coral and deep pink, light and dark bright green, violet and white. It is made of 100% cotton in a linen texture. The skirt closes with a hook at the waist and a nylon zipper at the upper back. It is unlined and flares out to the hemline. I’ve posed it in the photos with a Christian Dior blouse.
Label: Miss Dior Made in France. The Miss Dior line was introduced in 1967 as a ready-to-wear line targeted to a younger clientele. The line was designed by Philippe Guibourgé, who worked with Jacques Fath and Antonio del Castillo at Lanvin before becoming assistant to Marc Bohan at Dior. He left Dior in 1978 to launch the ready-to-wear line for the house of Chanel. This outfit would have been designed during his tenure at Dior.
Sizing: No size is indicated - this should fit a medium size, but please rely on the following measurements for fit:
Hemline: 47” around
Length: 29”, measured flat
Condition: This is in excellent condition as it is unused and was well stored for over the years. Very crisp and clean
This is French made Dior - excellent quality, wonderful skirt!