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Vintage Donald Brooks "Cinderella" Gown

Vintage Donald Brooks "Cinderella" Gown

Vintage 1960s Ivory Satin "Cinderella" gown by Donald Brooks for Amen Wardy.

High-drama wedding or special occasion gown. Featuring a luxurious satin full skirt, flattering square neckline, back zipper and the most delicious puffed sleeves with bows. This exquisitely designed Donald Brooks, 1960s “Cinderella” vintage gown for Amen Wardy will have you searching for your glass slippers!

Known as one of the "three B's of fashion" with Bill Blass and Geoffrey Beane, Donald Brooks provided American women a way to dress independently of Paris couture. Jacqueline Kennedy wore a Brooks-designed sleeveless pink silk sheath on a tour of India in 1962, and when Truman Capote threw his famous "Black and White Ball" at the Plaza Hotel in 1966, there were more Brooks gowns at the party than those of any other designer. His work in the Broadway theatre cultivated a flair for larger than life looks, which he then modified into his fashion designs. He won Coty awards, Oscar, Tony and Emmy nominations.

Length from shoulder to floor 52”

Bust 32”

Waist 28”

SKU: SKU 20906
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