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Elsa Schiaparelli

Schiaparelli Chevron Lace Nude Slip 32 Waist 1950s

Regular price $ 182.00
Elsa Schiaparelli launched her career in 1928 in Paris with a single sweater, her first complete collection debuted in 1929. Her post-war collections were romantic, luxurious and artistically rendered. In 1954 she closed her atelier, ending her role as a couturier.

She continued to lend her name to a number of licensed products including wigs, hats, scarves, sweaters and jewelry. She died in 1973 at the age of 83, her house was re-opened in 1977 with a team of designers producing lingerie and perfumes with her name which continue to be sold.

This scarce piece is of museum quality circa 1950’s. Never worn or laundered and is in mint, right off the rack perfect. The shade is beige nude with five, chevron shaped rows of 1 7/8 floral lace with a hemline finish in the matching 1 7/8 inch floral lace. The elastic is snappy, no sag, no pinching! Seaming is original without any repairs, pills, sign’s of use.

Marked Schiaparelli Paris New York label at the waistline. Soft pillow tag at the side seam reads S 100% nylon.

Waist: 22-32 inches
Hip: 38 inches
Length: 27 1/2 inches
Finished Hemline: 48 inches

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