The early 1990s were defined by women like Elle Macpherson ‘The Body’, Stephanie Seymour and Cindy Crawford. They were Glamazons. Not little wisps who look like they might be swept away in a strong breeze. And what did these glamazons wear? They wore dresses by Azzedine Alaia, Thierry Mugler and Gianni Versace that celebrated a woman’s body. They also wore Herve Leger. His beautifully tailored bandage dresses may have appeared to be all about sex but they were really about cutting, craft and material. They held, pushed and defined the body, making it better, making it sexier. They also made women feel good. In Herve Leger you did not hide, you went boldly into the night. Leger left his label in 1999 and although the line continues in a similar design sensibility, there is little comparison with the fabric and fit of a true Herve Leger designed dress.
This early 1990s chocolate brown Herve Leger is a couture bandage dress. Each strip is hand sewn. You will be the sexiest girl in the room and if you do not believe us, just zip yourself in and watch the reaction when you walk into a party!
Early 1990s Herve Leger couture chocolate brown bandage dress. Size 4.
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