currently available Past Perfect Vintage
Now for a different feel altogther, but still in green, here's a 1960s evening gown from our friends at Catbooks1940s. A restrained and yet effective use of apple green, eh what? And the curved decollotage is quite dramatic.
currently available @ www.catbooks1940s.etsy.com
From his bio at http://www.vintagefashionguild.org/ : "Designer Philippe Tournaye was born Baron Philippe Tournaye d'Asten in about 1925, in Belgium. He began his fashion career when he worked for five years with Jacques Fath in Paris.He arrived in the US in 1949 and worked for two years for Chez Ninon, then the custom division of Bonwit Teller. He then became the chief designer for the suit and coat house Marquise, for whom he worked until about mid-1963, after which Tournaye became a designer for the dress house Rembrandt...... "
For the full VFG bio, please click here: Philippe Tournaye