A bandage dress is a garment made of composite material that is reminiscent of materials used in basic clothing or body sculpting. It is designed to fit and shape your body with its stretch and thickness with a fabric action like a second skin. The highest quality bandage dress is made of rayon, nylon and spandex blended fabric.
The history of bandage dressing follows the evolution of women and their role in society. It is believed that the bandage dress first appeared in the 1990s, is the creation of designer Herve Leger. However, the body hugged the clothes first appeared in 1986, as a form of fitting clothes and clothing as part of it. This series by the famous fashion designer Azzedine Alaia release and design, known as the "King of Cling." The original bandage dress is designed and constructed to define and shape the natural female proportions and shapes of women.
In the 1960s, the silhouette style appeared and continued to emerge in the 1970s. Silhouette style traces a woman's curves and places rests on petticoats and other troublesome underwear needs. These styles proved to be more sensible, visually stimulating and easier to wear. When Alaia released his "Cling series" the fashion world was ready and eager to embrace it.