Fendi Linen Dress with Vinyl Sleeves & Split Skirt
Fendi's first ready-to-wear collection was introduced in 1977. This is a wonderful example of their early clothing design! Black linen dress is lightweight, semi sheer and airy with a fitted bodice and clear vinyl striped sleeves. The skirt is split up both sides all the way up to the empire waistband. The side overlap by almost 5". Each side slit hides a double welt pocket. Very space age, impossibly cool!
Condition Details: Very Good: The vinyl panels of the sleeves do show signs of age and have very subtle discoloration and a few scuffs. There is a very faint pinkish horizontal line, about 1" long, on the front of the dress near the right sleeve. It is no faint it doesn't show up in images. These issues do not affect the overall look or wearability of the garment. This dress presents beautifully!
Size Marked: Unmarked
Approximate Size: Small
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Fabric: Unmarked, Linen & Vinyl
Lining Type: None
Label: Fendi by Serena
Era: Late 1970s-Early 1980s
Collar to Cuff: 10"
All measurements taken with garment flat and doubled when necessary.
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