Haider Ackermann black dress with minimal neckline and bowtie — fall 2015

Size: 36 (fits larger)

Shoulder to shoulder: 44 cm

Armpit to armpit: 47 cm

Sleeves: 65 cm

Length: 105 cm

 

Composition:

83% rayon

17% fleecewool

 

Details:

Black minimalist dress

Two ties at the waistline

The top fits as a loose blouse

Two ribbon ties around the neckline

Minimalist round collar

Button-up front

Hidden front buttons

Long sleeves

Slit at one side of the dress

The dress can be worn untied, which make is knee-length

From the fall 2015 collection

 

Condition: 4/5

Very good condition, but a faint mark on the back of one shoulder

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Description

About Haider Ackermann

Haider Ackermann is a Colombian born designer. He spent his childhood in France, Chad, Algeria and Ethiopia before his family moved to the Netherlands.

 

Influenced by Yves Saint Laurent, he moved to Belgium to study fashion at the Royal Academy of fine arts in Antwerp.

 

After interning with John Galliano and working for Bernhard Wilhelm, he launched his own label in 2002. He forgot to unvite buyers, but that didn’t stop Lane Crawford from attending and buying his collection. A few years later he signed with Ann Demeulemeester’s BVBA 32.

 

Haider’s childhood spent in many places shows in his garments; often a combination of different cultural dresscodes. His creatings are often asymmetrical cut, mixing high and low culture; making refined couture pieces with a streetwear edge.

 

Haider Ackermann likes portraying the idea of a ‘handsome’ women; combining ultra feminine silhouettes with sharp menswear tailoring.

 

Ackermann was one of the designers approached to succeed Galliano at Dior, after declining the proposed succession of Martin Margiela, Karl Lagerfeld named him to be his ideal successor at Chanel, and some commentators called him a “new Yves Saint-Laurent”.

 

He currently split with Ann Demeulemeester’s BVBA 32 to follow his own path.

Additional information

Weight 0.9 kg
Womens size

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Condition