Bon Chic Bon Genre, "good style good attitude" (en francais), is what this smoking hot silk ‘little black dress’ is going to bring into your life!
Like the ‘American Dream’, Tunisian born Frenchman Max Azria landed in NY in 1981, then headed west to stake his claim. In 89 Azria H.Q.-ed his design house, BGBG out there and discovered gold in ‘The Hills’!
Sweetie, You + This Dress = Fab-u-lous Memories!
Size 2 Deadstock
Canadian designer transplanted to Los Angeles, Ryan Roberts created this wickedly cool dress of polyester parachute fabric with a versatile ‘mock hood’ collar.
The colour and the way it drapes around the body is ethereal.
It’s the party dress for the new millennium.
Made in USA
From her studio is in the picturesque village of Cattolica, Italy, fashion designer and dressmaker Alberta Ferretti created this wonderful dress for her Philosophy line.
The olive greens are beautiful base for the large leaf pattern. The cut of the rayon/spandex fabric drapes and complements your form in total comfort!
Made in Italy
The House of Max Mara established by Achille Maramotti in 1951, operates by the highly successful formula of designer “moonlighting”, employing well-known fashion designers to create their collections. Over the years the company employed future big names such as Karl Lagerfeld, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Dolce & Gabbana and Narciso Rodriguez. But the design philosophy remains constant – understated, easy to wear clothes in luxury fabrics. This goregous 'little black dress' is a beautiful example of this philosophy.
The "Mara" came from his surname, while "Max" referred to Count Max, a local character who was seldom sober but always stylish.
Easy to wear and guaranteed to make you look hella sexy at your next soiree! Count Max would approve!
Made in Italy
size 42 / 8
Dolce & Gabbana cut this Italian made electrified purple satin dress to maximum effect!
They made their name together in 1985, when the organisers of the Milano Collezioni invited them to take part in a fashion show to launch "New Talents". The following year, Dolce & Gabbana presented their first independent women's ready-to-wear show. Fundamentally they are known for making women look, quite simply, devastatingly sexy. "They (breasts) find their way out of any black dress, any buttoned-up blouse," says Isabella Rossellini. "The first piece of theirs I wore was a white shirt, very chaste, but cut to make my breasts look as if they were bursting out of it."
What else can you expect, when their inspirational figures are Sophia Lorena and Anna Magnani!
You'll make them all turn their heads when you walk into the room... and when you walk out!!
La dolce vita baby!