Vivienne WestwoodGold Label velvet faux fur suit, F/W 1994
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We exist for people who don’t want to be figured out, and ‘On Liberty’ was named after the philosopher John Stuart Mill’s 1859 essay which argued that a society should promote individuality as it is a prerequisite for creativity and diversity.
Purple and black velvet mini skirt and jacket with psychedelic flower print and exaggerated faux fur trim from the ‘On Liberty’ collection, F/W 1994. Runway look #61. Jacket size UK 14. Skirt size UK 12. Concealed zip and gold orb button closures. Made of 100% cotton and 100% acetate lining. Sold with original Westwood garment bag.
Measurements are taken flat and are approximate. If in doubt, please contact us with questions or requests for further information before finalising your purchase.
Jacket shoulder width: 47cm
Sleeve length: 63.5cm
Skirt waist: 33cm
Hem width: 45.5cm
Very good condition. Small mark on jacket left sleeve. Original labels intact. Please review all photographs for condition detail before making your purchase. Professionally clean only but check with a professional first, because dry cleaning isn’t always the answer. Condition notes are provided as a subjective guide only. In some cases, we rely on information provided by our selling partners, and we are unable to carry out inspections in person. If in doubt, please contact us with questions or requests for further information before finalising your purchase.