Maxi skirts, jumpsuits, and the little black dress are just a few main staples of the modern fashion world, especially in America. Along with these, bodycon dresses are a major item among consumers. This type of dress was pioneered by French fashion house Herve Leger.
The late fashion designer Herve Leroux founded Herve Leger in 1985 after working at Fendi and Chanel in the late 70s. The bodycon, or “bandage,” dress came into abundance in 1990 from his own invention. The popularity of these dresses spread quickly, primarily among celebrities, and are still in major demand today. The concept of the dress is to contour the female body, rather than draping it in fabric.