Anne Fontaine Roma Dress

Condition: Pristine
Price: Sold
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This little black dress offers a multitude of wear, on all occasions, with its removable collars and braids, from the simplest to the most original. This Anne Fontaine Roma dress is made of crepe with rounded pockets at the waist. Two-tone pastille on the sleeves, Reminder of the macramé on the removable off-white crepe collar.

  • Autumn-Winter 2017 Collection
  • Sleeves: long with detachable cuffs 
  • Neckline: round with detachable collar 
  • Opening/Closure: Concealed Back zipper 
  • Pockets: 2 pockets 
  • Material: 62% Polyester - 32% Viscose - 6% Elastane
  • Lining: fully lined; 96% Polyester - 4% Elastane
  • Size on label: 40 


Anne Fontaine
Made in France
40 (runs like a NL38)

Anne Fontaine

Is a Paris-based fashion designer of ready-to-wear for women, businesswoman and ecologist. Fontaine is the creative director of the Anne Fontaine brand and the President of the Anne Fontaine Foundation.

Fontaine’s mother is of Brazilian descent, and father is of French-German descent.

Fontaine, a self-taught fashion designer, met husband Ari Zlotkin in Paris, who is currently President of Anne Fontaine (the company). Fontaine lives in Honfleur with her husband and three children.

Fontaine has been the recipient of several awards, including the French National Order of Merit (French: Ordre national du Mérite) and received the award of l’élan de Mode in 2006 (French Federation of Fashion)

In 2011, Fontaine created the New York-based Anne Fontaine Foundation, to support the protection of endangered forests and promote reforestation. The Foundation’s projects are focused on the Brazilian Atlantic forest, also known as the Mata Atlântica.