Dior gave the world a definition of a silhouette.
The New Look with its emphasis on the small waist, highlighted bust, full skirt from the bodice changed the fashion world recovering from the affects and aesthectics of World War 2.
Dior lifted the restrictions by using fabrics, long hemlines, and petticoats.
Women around the world celebrated this style that caused a social and fashion earthquack.
A new feminine silhouette had arrived.
Le Bar was a calf lenght black wool skirt with the deep pleats added padding over the hips to emphasise a slender waist topped by a pale shantung jacket fitted to the bust topped off by a brimmed hat and gloves.