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Alexander Mcqueen

Preowned Black Ultra High Waist Structured Mermaid Skirt, A/W 2005

Preowned Black Ultra High Waist Structured Mermaid Skirt, A/W 2005

Regular price £400.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £400.00 GBP
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Product Details

An amazing autumn-winter 2005 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' Alexander McQueen skirt (the same skirt was shown in a leopard print on the runway). Italian made, in a black silk blend taffeta that gives amazing structure. It has a boned, ultra high waist sitting an inch or two under the bust with a flared fishtail style skirt that has a pleated hem trimmed with black rabbit fur.

Size: Marked vintage IT 40 but measures more like a modern UK 6/ US 2/ IT 38/ EU 34. Please check all measurements to ensure fit.
Ribcage (Measure just under bust) - 26” / 66cm
Waist - 25” / 63cm
Hips - 36” / 91cm
Length (Waist to Hem) - 35” / 89cm

Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition - No noticeable stains, tears or holes.

- Lined with a tulle underskirt to the fishtail part giving volume.

Materials: 68% Nylon 32% Silk. Rabbit fur trim

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