1990s Anna Sui Cream Lace Trim Edwardian Style Blouse

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1990s Anna Sui Cream Lace Trim Edwardian Style Blouse

222.00

Lightweight cream colored delicately adorned silk button down blouse with lace detailing and subtle striping. Buttons at the sleeves and is collarless. Edwardian influenced and a bit dramatic, this piece is a staple which could be paired with an array of bottoms to spice up a drab outfit or worn open with a mini slip dress and boots for a 90's grunge ensemble. There are some minor marks on the back of the blouse (included in the photographs) which are perhaps from an iron. Anna Sui began her career in fashion while attending Parsons as a stylist for Erica Elias' clothing line Charlie's Girls. She started her clothing line with the $300 in her savings account out of her apartment. In the 1980's she distanced herself from the big name fashion houses by focusing on the grunge scene and counterculture which gained her a cult following, especially in the Japanese market. In 1991, Madonna wore an outfit of her design to John Paul Gaultier's Paris Fashion week show which was a huge breakthrough moment. She opened her first retail location in 1992 in SoHo and won the Perry Ellis new talent award the same year.

Bust: 38"

Length: 26"

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