Guy Laroche Electric Blue Silk Crepe Maxi Dress

Condition: Excellent
Price: Sold
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This Guy Laroche maxi dress is cut from fluid silk-crepe - perfect for balmy evenings or summer weddings. It's gathered elegantly at the center to flatter your waist and has a slim tie to cinch in the silhouette. The electric blue full lenght silk spaghetti strap underdress can be worn separately.

  • Closure: slip on
  • Neckline: scooped gathered neckline
  • Sleeves: long sleeves
  • Elasticated waistband with stretch
  • Detachable waist belt
  • Lining: unlined
  • Length: full length
  • Dry clean only
  • Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections


Guy Laroche
100% Silk

Guy Laroche

When Guy Laroche launched his eponymous couture label in 1957, he had a clear aim in mind: liberating women’s bodies away from the New Look, towards a comfortable, understated elegance both “refined and discreet”.

His designs marked decades: creations such as the coat-dress and the shirt-dress continue to be a staple in women’s wardrobes today. The house soon proved to be a hotspot both in its clientele: Jane Fonda, Faye Dunaway or Mireille Darc milled around the boutiques.

His pioneering efforts were widely acknowledged and in 1987, he is awarded the Légion d’Honneur by the French government. After Guy Laroche passed away in 1989, the creative direction of the house was passed on to several designers including Michel Klein, Alber Elbaz, and, today Marcel Marongiu. The latter was chosen for his balance between confident femininity, and pared down silhouettes.