In 1950, Louis Féraud created his first “Maison de Couture” in Cannes and by 1955 had established a couture house in Paris.
From the mid-1950s he was dressing the Parisian elite and designed the wardrobe of Brigitte Bardot for many of her movies. It wasn’t however until 1958 that he presented his first Haute Couture collection in Paris.
In 1970, he signed a contract with Fink (Germany) for a ladies’ Ready To Wear collection. The year 1978 was an excellent one for Féraud: he won the “Golden Thimble Award for his Spring/Summer 1978 Haute Couture Collection.
Part of a collection of vintage 1970s Louis Feraud clothing we have in stock..
100% Cotton fully lined fit and flare dress.
Collarless with large alternating designer buttons.
Short sleeves 11 1/2”.
48″ length. 44″ chest
Shoulders 15″ across.
Fabulous pattern with large letters spelling FERAUD interspersed with hearts and flowers in bright colours
Real statement piece, which looks fabulous on
Perfect as part of a vintage wardrobe.