Philip Hulitar Daisy Embroidered Blue Slub Silk Strapless Gown 1950s
Philip Hulitar Daisy Embroidered Blue Slub Silk Strapless Gown from the 1950s. Philip Hulitar, born in 1905, was the son of a Hungarian diplomat father and a mother born of Italian nobility, as a boy he attended the Paris fashion shows with his mother and began sketching fashion. He was the head designer of women's evening wear at Bergdorf Goodman for 18 years and in 1949 opened his own design business. His designs are classic and timeless. This beautiful dress from the late 1950s is hand embroidered with daises on blue slub silk. The strapless gown has a long line with a yellow band at the hip top, the bodice is fitted. The skirt is softly gathered and falls to the hem where daisies and petals create a border. The dress is fully lined in silk. Closes at the back with a painted metal zipper and hooks at the top and waist. The yellow band has a bow at the waist back. Fits like a size 4-6, check the measurements below for the best fit.
In excellent wearable condition. All our clothing is dry cleaned and inspected for condition and is ready to wear. Any condition issues will be noted. For visual comparison our mannequin is a size 4.
Please check the measurements provided below and compare with your own measurements for the best possible fit! Please contact us if you have any questions about this item or need more photos…
Measurements are in inches: Bust 34-36 Waist 26 Hip 35 Center neck back to waist back 14 1/2 Waist back to hem back 31