VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN
VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN

VICTOR COSTA FOR BERGDORF GOODMAN 1990S BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS WITH TRAIN

Regular price $388.00 Sale

**This item is at the tailor for a repair and will be shipped July 1st, 2022. (7/1/22)**

This dress at first glance seems simple until you turn around to reveal the back. The back is a showstopper with a deep V neck leading to a bustle with black roses falling atop an asymmetrically placed train that touches the floor. The material is a forward-thinking nylon blend that has made a comeback on many high-fashion runways. The back has a zipper, hook, and snap clasp to secure it shut. The long sleeves have small snaps to close the cuffs. 

Tag size 10. Fits like a Small

Bust measures about 34" but I would say it fits more like a 36"
Waist 27"
Hips 36"
Length 42.5"dress length-60" length with train
Shoulders 15"
Sleeve Length 23.5"

Good vintage condition. Only small signs of previous use. 

About the Designer: Victor Costa

Victor Costa studied at Pratt Institute in New York and later studied at the Ecole of the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. This exposure to the world of Paris Fashion had an impact that you can see throughout his years of work.. In the 1960s, Costa would visit Paris to see the couture shows and sketch designs of what he saw on the runway for Suzy Perette. He later became the “king of copycats” producing copies of french couture designs and selling them at a ready to wear price under his own name.