The feminine elegance of the 1950s. Relaunched by Parisian label Paule Ka.
The washable white couture dress made of lightweight cotton poplin.
The white dress with the narrow waist and flared circle skirt seems to have arisen from the 1950s. The legendary style icons of that era – royals, first ladies and film actresses – immortalised the elegant couture style. But only a few designers have kept it in their collections. One of the best-known designers that did so is Serge Cajfinger, with his fashion label set up in 1987 (and named after his aunt Paule).
Classic and elegant with pumps or ballerinas. Young and on-trend with retro-look sneakers.
A dress that is timeless and without a fashion expiry date. Despite the radiant whiteness, it remains quite uncomplicated. The lightweight, airy cotton poplin is machine washable and dries quickly. This way you can wear your new summer dress as often as you like. Doubled yoke with close-fitting boat neck. Back zip fastener.
Fitted bodice, wide flared skirt. Length in size 12: 70cm (27.6"). Colour: White. 96% cotton, 4% elastane. Machine washable.