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1970s Lanvin Multicolored Geometric Print Leather Trim Maxi Skirt


Inspired by folk prints and color combinations, 1970s Lanvin often reflects international inspirations mixed with a more modern mid-century aesthetic. In the day of the house’s namesake, Jeanne Lanvin, the label is often noted for its rather traditional artistic leanings throughout the decades, yet in the wake of the 1970s hippie movement, designer Jules-François Crahay was able to capitalize on the colorful free-spirited look of the time.

This printed maxi skirt features multiple bands of geometric patterning that creates a visual adventure. Starting with a faux leather waistband, the maxi skirt is gathered with striped, polka-dots, and checks throughout. Strong tones of orange, sherbet, light pink, and yellow are intermixed with refreshing strips of cerulean and stable browns, black, and taupe. At the hem of the skirt, a wide band of faux leather mimics the waistband and contrasts the silky main fabric. With a somewhat high-waisted fit, the skirt’s gathering allows for an ease of wear throughout.

Size Estimate: S/M


Waist: 27 inches

Hips: up to 40 inches

Length: 42 inches

Unlined, this maxi skirt is in excellent condition. It features belt loops at the waistband and closes at the back with a concealed zip. High-quality vintage pieces like this are yours to live in and love while increasing in value every year. It’s never too soon to start collecting them, as an investment in your wardrobe—and in yourself.

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