The elegant retro style of the 40s and 50s – by the master of the trade: Samantha Sung.

Lightweight cotton muslin with imperishable floral pattern.

Dresses with the feminine elegance of the 40s and 50s are the specialty of South Korean Samantha Sung. The graduate of the prestigious Parsons School of Art and Design was the creative director of several well-known brands before founding her own label in New York in 2006, which has since become a much-discussed topic. Her collections are limited to just a few fabrics and cuts, making them all the more mature.
The secret of the flowing drape: Rare muslin fabric.
The rare, extremely fine fabric of oriental origin is loosely and finely woven, and around 30% lighter than conventional cotton poplin, giving the swinging skirt a particularly beautiful drape. The lavish lily pattern on a light blue background is as classic as it is fashionable.
The secret of the flattering silhouette: Stitched pleats.
They reduce the opulent skirt width upwardly, and make the hips and waist look slimmer. The fabric-covered waist belt underlines the X-line. The dress is not see-through thanks to a double layer of fabric and has a zip fastener at the back.

Figure-hugging bodice with shaping darts, loose-fitting from the waist. Length in size 10: 112cm (44.1"). Colour: Light blue/white/green. 97% cotton, 3% elastane. Dry clean only.


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