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Lanvin Silk Printed Scarf, 1970s


One of couture’s greatest legacies, the house of Lanvin began as a trendsetting force since its founding in the late 1800s. Notably, Lanvin has undergone quite remarkable stylistic evolutions over the decades that continue to make the brand unique. In the 1970s, creative director Jules-François Crahay’s love for exotic and vibrant prints set the tone for the brand as seen in this vintage silk scarf.

Bordered in ivory with a circle-and-bar print in navy and yellow-orange, this scarf showcases a bold radial design in red and blue. The tonal interpretation of primary colors gives this scarf an equally posh and lighthearted vibe. Reflecting the liveliness of the decade, this scarf is an excellent vintage accessory to add to the modern wardrobe to spice up a casual outfit or austere business attire.

Measurements: 31 x 31 inches

Finished entirely with a narrow, hand rolled hem, this scarf is in excellent condition and has been professionally eco dry cleaned and pressed. 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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