Blouse and pants in navy jersey embroidered with pearls by Louis Féraud Haute Couture Circa 1975
France Haute Couture
Beautiful evening pajama set in stretch navy silk jersey with ethnic embroidery by the famous designer Louis Féraud and dating from 1970s. Loose tunic tied in front, long sleeves closed at the wrists by two matching buttons. Beautiful embroidery in polychrome glass beads with geometric and ethnic motifs of Aztec or Mayan type. Matching high-waisted pants with beautiful elephant feet, zipper and hooks behind. No defect to note. Very good condition of color and conservation.
Dimensions: Equivalent size 38 France. Tunic height 82 cm, shoulders 41 cm, chest 92 cm, waist 75 cm, sleeves 67 cm, hips 98 cm. Pants height 110 cm, waist 75 cm, inseam 79 cm.
Famous French designer, Louis Féraud (1920-1999) created his fashion boutique in Cannes in 1947 and in Paris at 88 Faubourg Saint-Honoré. His fashion house opened in 1958. His fame comes in the 1960s when he dresses Brigitte Bardot. With the cinema and Roger Vadim, he helps create the image of the modern woman. His fashion is cheerful, naive and sunny. It was at this time that he launched into the Haute Couture. He is then carried by a whirlwind of happiness and emancipation. He received the Dès d'Or in 1986 and trained Jean-Louis Scherrer in his workshops.