1920s Luci de Paris Embroidered Flapper
I have done some research on this label and have some to the conclusion that this is a dress made by the makers of what was to become the infamous Lucille de Paris handbag line. The duo behind that label began in France and the labels are very close to each other in feel and style. It is my firm belief that Luci de Paris started as a dressmaker in the twenties and went on to become the more "grown up" Lucille de Paris and focus solely on handbags starting in the thirties. That makes this a rare and exciting piece not only to the collector of fine twenties pieces but to hand bag collectors as well! The dress is extraordinary and captures that fantastic hippie, bohemian spirit that ran rampant during the time. The embroidery is exquitite and it is uite daring with it's wide set neckline that can slip down to bare a shoulder. The skirt is pleated and has a lot of movement. The fabric is especially fine and the entire dress is, as the label states, completely hand made. Exquisite and in excellent condition! A rare find! Item# DD761
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