1960s Jersey Ken Scott Diamond Dress

Ken Scott was an American who moved to Italy and set up shop. He joined the other designers of that time that were fascinated with print designs, designers like Pucci, Bessi and La Mendola. Scott's pieces seem to be more of a wearable day time version of that set and his designs have a touch of the American sportswear movement to them. This dress is stunning - the nylon jersey is printed with a bright design of pink, purples, orange and a deep olive in a pattern of diamonds within diamonds. The skirt is long and has a wonderful flare that swoops out from the curved in waist and simple top. A flattering V neckline and long lean sleeves finish. I love the pin tuck detailing across the shoulders! The original belt comes with it and it is in excellent condition!

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