• Hannoh Wessel Printed Dress Raimonda
  • Hannoh Wessel Printed Dress Raimonda
  • Hannoh Wessel Printed Dress Raimonda
  • Hannoh Wessel Printed Dress Raimonda
  • Hannoh Wessel Printed Dress Raimonda
  • Hannoh Wessel Printed Dress Raimonda

Hannoh Wessel

Hannoh Wessel Printed Dress Raimonda

Regular price $302.00
Size:

Wide neck line; flexible fit. I am 160 cm and size 36 feels large on me. Therefore, I worn a belt to create a fitted look. Please note that the belt is not included in this dress.

This dress is fully lined, and the liner sticks out a bit at the bottom of the dress (as shown in the photo). The liner and the sturdy cotton fabric makes this dress look very structured and it's enhanced by the use of a belt. I recommend putting a belt around your waist to create a nice silhouette.

100% Cotton. Fully lined.

Measurements for size 36:

Length: 105 cm; armpit-to-armpit: 58 cm; shoulder width: 42 cm; neck width: 26 cm

 

Measurements for size 38:

Length: 105 cm; armpit-to-armpit: 60 cm; shoulder width: 45 cm; neck width: 28 cm

 

About the brand "Hannoh Wessel"

Hannoh Wessel is born in 1965 in the North of Germany.  After studies at the « Ecole de la chambre syndicale de la couture Parisienne », he first works in the Haute Couture for 3 years. He launches his own brand HANNOH in 1994.  His collection has immediate success with buyers and press and the brand’s first collection is sold in to shops such as Maria Luisa Paris, Galeries Lafayette, Henri Bendel NY, Chiarivari NY, IF in Soho.  HANNOH is now distributed in more than 120 shops all over the world.

In 2006 Hannoh Wessel wins the “Paris Capital of Creation” price for his a/winter collection. Since 2015, Hannoh Wessel has founded a new company with experienced luxury manufacturers in Italy, to produce and distribute the brand H+HANNOH WESSEL.

 H+HANNOH WESSEL is now made in Italy, and for the designer himself, Italy is now a second home alongside Paris.  In 2017, the brand opened its own two stores, one in Paris in 32 rue Jacob,75006 Paris, St. Germain area and the other one in New York in 362 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn.