D.A.E. Originals' latest collection arrives, not by sleigh, but just in the "nick" of time for some last minute additions to your letter Santa Claus. Dolldom is sure that they will be happy to spoil you with one of this ultra limited edition fashion wonders.
In customary D.A.E. Originals' style, each fashion ensemble is a perfectly miniaturized and expertly achieved evocation of a gem of the golden age of couture. Accessorized with a bounty of accessories, the fashions delight not only dollectors but also fans of fashion who marvel at the richness of the fabrics and the flawless construction of the garments. Made for D.A.E Originals' Vivian the Miniquin doll in any of her three iterations, the looks also fit other fortunate 1:4 scale dolls in your collection, such as Gene Marshall.
But it is truly a resin ball-jointed "Dressing for Dinner" Vivian doll who owns the show at the windows of Diamonds Department Store. In wigs by Time of Doll, Vivian does her miniquin best captivating the passerby who can't help but stand and take in the magic.
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Circa 1955. This day dress is made from a voile cotton printed with vibrant blue and hot pink irises. Close fitting bodice has perky white collar and cuffs, trimmed with tiny blue buttons. Her circle skirt is held out with a white tulle petticoat. Accessories include: blue hat trimmed with pink roses, jewelry made of white and glass pearls and blue tulip beads, black belt, black faux leather pocket book, hot pink short gloves, hot pink shoes.
Circa 1957. Our raspberry pink silk suit is just the ticket for a beautiful spring day. The jacket has faux pocket detail, fringed collar and lined in a fun floral print! A floral print sleeveless top has attached silk straight skirt and removable berry colored taffeta belt. Accessories include: berry colored taffeta hat, crystal and pearl earrings, stick pin, white short gloves, berry colored pocket book and cream colored shoes.
Circa 1948. Inspired by Dior’s “Cocotte” day dress, our version is made from silk and rayon micro houndstooth cloth. Intricately made day dress has close fitted bodice with black silk cuffs and collar. Straight skirt has double bustle effect peplums and kick pleat. Accessories include: Black hat, trimmed with black tulle, pearl jewelry, black gloves, black belt, black shoes and black nonfunctioning parasol.
Royal Blue Cocktails
Circa 1957. Inspired by the House of Dior, our cocktail bubble dress is of blue iridescent silk taffeta accent with a black silk bow. Topping off the sleeveless dress is a crop jacket in silk taffeta, accented with black buttons and lined in white taffeta. Accessories include: black feathered cocktail hat, crystal jewelry, white long gloves, black sparkle hand bag and black shoes.
At the Opera
Circa 1952. This evening costume is made of mauve colored eyelash fabric set off with hundreds of tiny paillettes. The strapless gown has a full skirt with wine colored sash and matching back bow. Matching evening coat is lined in mauve satin. Matching wine colored bow at neck line. Accessories include crystal jewelry, long white gloves, glittery evening clutch, tulle petticoat and gold shoes.
Circa 1953. This golden yellow embroidered tulle ball gown is fit for a princess. The strapless bodice is covered in intricate lace trim and AB crystals. Her multi layered sweeping skirt has yards of embroidered tulle netting and accented with more AB crystals. To complete her look, she covers her shoulders with a lavender tulle wrap. Accessories include crystal and pearl jewelry, long white gloves, dancing shoes and a layered tulle petticoat.
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