1970s Oscar de la Renta Vintage Dress in Metallic Sheer Organza Over Pants 6
- Place of OriginUnited States
- Condition DetailsLight fade to the metallic in one small spot on the front of the bodice that is covered by the belt.
- WearWear consistent with age and use.
- Bust36 in. (91.44 cm)
- Waist26 in. (66.04 cm)
- Hip38 in. (96.52 cm)
- Inseam26 in. (66.04 cm)
- Seller LocationPortland, OR
- Seller Reference Number2503
- Reference NumberLU22322135123
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About Oscar De La Renta (Manufacturer)
Oscar de la Renta was not just a designer for the ages but a designer for women of all ages — from Hollywood starlets to silver-haired doyennes, from fashion icons (Sarah Jessica Parker) to iconic brides (Amal Alamuddin Clooney), from leading ladies of hip-hop (Nicki Minaj) to First Ladies of the United States (Jacqueline Kennedy all the way through to Michelle Obama). The secret to his broad and enduring appeal? “I have always thought that my role as a designer is to do the very best I can for a woman,” de la Renta told 1stdibs in a 2010 profile.
And for de la Renta, doing the very best meant making a woman feel beautiful, glamorous and full of confidence, whether she was walking down the red carpet or a crowded city street. "You carry the clothes, the clothes don't carry you," he went on to say in our story.
A perennial favorite on 1stdibs, Oscar de la Renta designs evolved over the years, as the large selection of items below attests, but whether bolero or ball gown, vintage or current, the pieces exude elegant sophistication and enduring originality — much like the man himself.