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Louis Féraud Red Tapestry Pencil Skirt

Louis Féraud Red Tapestry Pencil Skirt

Regular price $75.00 CAD
Regular price $95.00 CAD Sale price $75.00 CAD
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 Louis Féraud showed his first couture collection in 1955 in Cannes. His career was launched when starlet Bridgette Bardot bought and wore one of his designs. He held his first runway show in 1960, after which his clothes were carried by stores in the US, Canada and internationally. In Paris, his boutique sold both his couture and pret-a-porter creations. In the 1960s Feraud was known for his strikingly graphic mod dresses and suits. His style softened in the 1970s, into a look called “The Gypsies” and he specialized in colorful patterns inspired by his travels. He was the first designer to send black models down his runway and was soon copied by other designers.

Quality A. Extremely minimal signs of wear.

All my items are rated between A+ and B-. A+ being very minimal or no signs of wear. B- meaning a few small imperfections.


By Louis Féraud

51% Viscose

49% Acetate

100% Silk Lining, Red and Intact

Waist 15"

Length 27"

Hips 21.5"

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