Louis Féraud 1980 Jacket and skirt. Black and red waffle silk. 22 rectangle cabochon jewelry buttons with ruby facets.


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Quite typical and glamorous jacket and skirt set (Dallas, Dynasty style) from the eighties of the French couturier Louis Féraud
Louis Féraud was the first to create a fashion boutique, whose notoriety was equivalent to that of a stylist.
Officer of the Legion of Honor, Louis Féraud had twice received the golden die for haute couture, in 1978 and 1984.

Black silk (79%) embellished with steel blue and embossed.
Printed with abstract figures of red stones and adorned with 22 buttons like rectangular cabochon jewels with faceted acrylic ruby scratched on a copper base.
The set is lined with black viscose.

The jacket is blazer style with a round neck closed by 6 buttons on the front.
Slightly fitted and accentuated bodice with two panels on the sides and opening at the back.
Long leg-of-mutton padded sleeves without pockets.
The jacket is adorned with 4 ruby buttons on the top of each sleeve as well as 4 others on the front bodice.
The skirt is straight cut with a 7 1/2 inch or 19cm zipper at the back and a 5 inch or 13 cm opening at the hem.
Label: made in W.Germany.
D 44, US 14, UK 18, F 46.
Fabric 79% silk 21% acrylic.

Flat measurements: Jacket:
Shoulder to shoulder seam: 15 1/2 inches and 39 cm.
Width bust armpit to armpit 21 1/2 inches or 54.5 cm.
Waist width 20 inches or 51 cm.
Hem width 23 inches or 58.5 cm.
Shoulder to hem length 24 3/4 inches or 63 cm.
Armpit to hem length 15 1/2 inches or 39 cm.

Shoulders to hem 24 inches or 61 cm.
Armpit to hem 15 3/4 inches or 40 cm.

Flat measurements: skirt
Hip and hem width 21 inches or 53.5 cm.
Size 17 inches or 43.5 cm.
Waist to hem length 27 inches or 69 cm.

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