(artist)Vogue (New York)
(commissioner)Christian Dior, Inc
18.25 in (width) x 25 in (height)
Women's ensemble featuring a collarless coat in rust and black tweed and what appears to be a grey skirt. This illustration appeared in the August 15, 1954 issue of Vogue on page 89. According to the caption, the coat was created by Christian Dior-New York, which was the French couturier's ready-to-wear line.
RRBouchÃ©;Dec 52;COPYRIGHT/The CondÃ© Nast Publications, Inc./NOT TO BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT/WRITTEN PERMISSION
Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Design Archives
box OSxxx5, folder 4
René Bouché; Christian Dior, Inc. Rust and Black Tweed Collarless Coat .
1954. Renè Bouchè fashion illustrations. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
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