Fashion 1960sA dress for the Alpine Bride. In a way it's a conventional wedding outfit. It's made in white satin and
Fashion 1960sA dress for the Alpine Bride. In a way it's a conventional wedding outfit. It's made in white satin and it's sumptuous enough for any bridge's taste. On the unconventional side the fox fur hood, the fur-trimmed boots, and the ski sticks instead of a bouquet. This winter wedding outfit, worn by model Patricia Donald-Smith, was the highlight of a skiwear fashion show held at the Dior boutique in London yesterday (Wednesday 17-11-65). The theme of the show was ski and after ski wear, and it's difficult to see where a wedding dress fits into this scheme of things. But by tradition fashion shows and with a bride - and no one is going to complain at such a fairy tale fashion ending as this. Other highlights from the show were Turkish-style trousers wide at the knee, ankle-length white fur coasts, and patterned stockings with matching knee-length shorts. November 1965 P017539
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