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Vintage Comme des Garcons Sculptural Skirt 1995

Vintage Comme des Garcons Sculptural Skirt 1995

Daughter of a university lecturer, Rei Kawakubo studied fine art at Keio University, Tokyo, and then went on to work for the advertising department of a chemical company. Disillusioned, she progressed to styling - an unusual occupation at the time. Comme des Garçons was established in 1973; two years later Kawakubo showed in Tokyo, and opened her first shop a year after that. But it was not until she showed in Paris in 1981 that the full force of the Japanese influence filtered through. What the audience saw was a shock to the system: random ruching, irregular hems, asymmetric seams and crinkled surfaces. Vogue called it `oblique chic'. Like her contemporaries, Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto, Rei Kawakubo is an intellectual designer for whom fashion is a fine art. 

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Vintage Comme des Garcons Sculptural Skirt 1995

Product Code VCD111
£445.00
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Detail: Vintage Comme des Garcons. Exceptional sculptual skirt in charcoal grey with irregular cream fleck. Constructed from semi firm wool felt. The hemline has an uneven scallop edge with underlay panels.  Zip fastening to waist. The images tell the rest of the story! 

Period: 1995 AW Collection

Condition: Excellent / Near Perfect

Sizing: Extra Small. UK8. Waist up to 26". Hips 42". Length 27"

Colour: Charcoal grey and cream

Fabric: 100% Laine Wool

Origin: Japan

Care: Dry Clean

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Vintage Comme des Garcons Sculptural Skirt 1995

Daughter of a university lecturer, Rei Kawakubo studied fine art at Keio University, Tokyo, and then went on to work for the advertising department of a chemical company. Disillusioned, she progressed to styling - an unusual occupation at the time. Comme des Garçons was established in 1973; two years later Kawakubo showed in Tokyo, and opened her first shop a year after that. But it was not until she showed in Paris in 1981 that the full force of the Japanese influence filtered through. What the audience saw was a shock to the system: random ruching, irregular hems, asymmetric seams and crinkled surfaces. Vogue called it `oblique chic'. Like her contemporaries, Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto, Rei Kawakubo is an intellectual designer for whom fashion is a fine art. 

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