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Tiziani Couture By Karl Lagerfeld Ivory Mod Stripe Doll Collar Silk Dress, 1960s


Tiziani Roma, an Italian fashion label founded in 1963, was fortunate to have the fresh and adept skills of Karl Lagerfeld. Designed at the beginning of his career, this mod 1960s dress is a stunning example of Lagerfeld’s prowess. Made from an ivory silk with red, black, and camel pinstripes, the dress is simultaneously youthful and sophisticated.

A doll collar, which rolls effortlessly over the neckline, is accentuated by a slim black satin bow. The asymmetrical front opening is detailed with black satin edging and buttons, alluding to the inherently chic tendencies of many traditional Asian garments. Three-quarter length sleeves cap generously around the shoulder, revealing high quality and skilled tailoring. This dress reconsiders the prim and proper of the 1950s by turning school girl innocence into chic charm. 

Size estimate: XS/S


Sleeves: 15 inches

Bust: 36 inches

Waist: 29 inches

Hips: 37 inches

Length: 41 inches

This vintage 1960s shift dress by Karl Lagerfeld is in excellent condition. The rolled doll collar sits widely around the neckline with a wide central break, giving presence to the delightfully slim black satin bow. The asymmetrical closure on the left side is edged in black satin and functions with a combination of black satin covered buttons and interior snaps.

The roomy three-quarter length sleeves are also edged in black satin. Fully lined interior with hand finishing. High-quality vintage pieces like this are yours to live in and love while increasing in value every year. It’s never too soon to start collecting them, as an investment in your wardrobe—and in yourself.

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