1969 Louis Feraud Couture Documented Black Ivory Op-Art Wool Crepe Tunic


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1969 Louis Feraud Couture Documented Black Ivory Op-Art Wool Crepe Tunic

$1,100.00 USD

ID: 0610202

Size: small

Condition: Excellent

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Breathtaking Louis Feraud graphic mid-weight wool crepe tunic from his 1969 iconic couture collection. Feraud's career started when he opened his first French boutique in 1955. As luck would have it, Brigitte Bardot bought one of his dresses and the attention this brought to the store helped to establish his name. Along with Pierre Cardin and Courreges, he revolutionized the fashion world with space-age clothing. The unique design takes its inspiration right out of mod subculture with its classic target motif. The bodice has a high-neck front slit plunge with lean, long zipper-wrist sleeves. The flattering a-line construction emphasizes a woman's gorgeous shape without adding any bulk or volume to the actual hips. Pieces like this are becoming harder and harder to find due to their historical value. A beautiful museum quality wearable treasure that every fashionista looks for.

Bust: 34 inches
Waist: 32 inches
Hips: up to 40 inches
Sleeve Length: 23 inches
Total Length: 27 inches

This Louis Feraud Couture tunic is in excellent condition with no rips, stains or alternations. Complete with original zippers down the backside and wrists. Fully lined. This designer garment is truly exquisite and an investment piece that will only increase in value.