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Wilder Gauze Maxi Dress
The Wilder Gauze Maxi Dress in White. Flowing lightweight gauze rendered into a half sleeve maxi dress adorned with tiers of ruched pleating details. With a sweetheart neckline and scooped, open back.
Also available in: Sorbet
Model is 5'10" and wearing size 2
Adjustable straps at back
Dry clean only
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About Jonathan Simkhai
Founded in 2010 by designer JONATHAN SIMKHAI, the studio takes inspiration from architects and sculptors alike, blending progressive construction techniques with intimate hand-detailing to create truly special garments and lifestyle design.
A 2015 winner of the prestigious CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund, the studio has earned recognition for its original silhouettes, quality constructions, and timeless elegance.
SIMKHAI continues to nurture an inspired creative community around the brand’s home in Los Angeles, sharing their designs and stories with women around the world who live artful, unapologetic lives.
Jonathan Simkhai honed his technical skills at Parsons School of Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology before launching his first womenswear line in New York City. An early inductee to the CFDA Incubator program, he quickly developed an eye for craft and quality. Today he leads the brand’s creative studio, drawing inspiration from his travels and the cities he and his husband call home.