High-quality suede skirt in dark brown, from the 1970s. Flattering A-line silhouette with strategic seaming and eight brass snaps down the front. Smooth leather interior. No lining. A timeless classic that looks as modern and stylish now as it did in the 1970s. Imagine it with tights, boots, and a snug turtleneck sweater.
Labels: Joseph Magnin
Some background info, courtesy Vintage Fashion Guild, written by our friend Lizzie Bramlett of The Vintage Traveler:
Joseph Magnin was the son of I. Magnin founder Mary Ann Magnin. His three brothers became part of the I. Magnin organization, but Joseph formed his own store that became one of his family’s chief competitors in the San Francisco market. The store was very upscale, carrying the best and most stylish women’s labels.
Fiber/Care: suede, specialist dry-clean only
Condition: suede is clean, soft, and supple. belt loops were removed, leaving tiny stitch holes (only visible on close inspection), a little rough patch along the front placket
*This skirt was dry-cleaned by the previous owner. It is ready to wear.*
Garment Measurements: (no stretch)
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