An 80s linen dress by Canadian designer Wayne Clark. The top half of the dress is a boned bustier style, which gives the illusion of a double breasted waistcoat with pointed V-shaped hems and a sweetheart neckline. There are 6 round black-rimmed buttons on the front. The skirt is a straight pencil style in solid black. It is fully lined and has a plastic zipper in the centre-back.
COLOUR: Black, white
MATERIAL: 100% linen, polyester lining.
LABEL: Wayne Clark
Wayne Clark is a Canadian evening wear designer. Originally from Alberta, he studied fashion in Oakville, Ontario, graduating in 1973. After this, he apprenticed with Saville Row icon Sir Hardy Amies in London for 18 months. On his return to Canada in 1977, he worked with manufacturer Aline Marelle before eventually starting his own company in 1989. He became one of the first Canadian designers with international stature.
He is big on glamour, sophistication and a perfect fit. His designs are often spotted on the red carpet, worn by such celebrities as Jane Fonda and Cindy Crawford.
He was honoured in 2008 for his involvement in Canadian design at the annual Night of Stars gala in Toronto.
✂--- Allow for some ease.
Bust: 34 in. (86.5 cm)
Waist: 28 in. (71 cm)
Hip: 38" (96.5cm)
Length from waist to hem: 24" (61cm)
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