1970's Red Sexy Slinky Mollie Parnis for Saks Fifth Avenue Cowl Neck Cocktail Dress

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Mollie Parnis (1902 or 1905-1992) began as a designer for David Westheim in the late 1920s. In 1933 she and her husband, Leon Livingston, formed Parnis-Livingston, for which she was designer. By the 1940s she was designing under her own name only. Her Parnis Boutique label was launched in 1970, designed by Morty Sussman. Hubert Latimer, who had designed for Irene, Charles Cooper, and Christian Dior NY, headed her couture or high-end division. This red dress is a sexy and slinky look that will get heads to turn! Fits a size small / medium.

Shoulder to Shoulder 16"
Bust 42" (Stretched)
Waist 40" (Streched"
Sleeve Length 18"
Length 41"