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Helen Storey

Helen Storey Vintage Red Velvet & Black Satin Trousers, 1980s

Helen Storey Vintage Red Velvet & Black Satin Trousers, 1980s

Regular price £85.00 GBP
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An incredible pair of vintage trousers from the 80s by luxury British fashion designer, Helen Storey - a rare and collectible artist and designer who was known for her experimental, innovative designs worn by the likes of Madonna and Cher and is now a Professor of fashion science. These pants are a great example of her irreverent designs - in a red velvet on the front with a floral print and a glossy black satin on the back. They have a high waist and extra slim leg.

Size: Marked S but fits roughly like a UK 6-8/ US 2-4/ EU 34-36. Please check the measurements.
Waist - 26” / 66cm (allow an inch or two room for movement)
Hips - 32” / 81cm
Rise - 12” / 30cm
Inside Leg - 30” / 76cm

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

- Front zip fly fastening
- Made in the UK

Materials: 100% Cotton

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