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Fitted stretch shorts in red with a black trim, waistband-free high-waist from the Jean-Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 1990 “Rap’Prayers” Collection. Featuring the word ‘short’ in capital letters as a velvet motif and with a cut out hole in the ‘o’ positioned on the side of the left hip. This new and unworn piece is from the House of Liza's Archive Collection.
Item ID: 10480480
- waist: 64 centimetres, hips: 76 centimetres
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- Acetate 50%
- Spandex/Elastane 12%
- Polyamide 38%
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- Dry Clean Only
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Jean Paul Gaultier is one of fashion’s most accomplished designers. No formal training but after sending his imaginative sketches to Pierre Cardin, was taken on as his assistant in 1970. By 1976 he was creating his own collections and soon earned the title as the ‘enfant terrible’ of French fashion. By the 1980s Gaultier had become one of the biggest names in Paris, sending out collections of street style-infused fashion for both men and women.Today Gaultier continues to delight a loyal fan club with inventive and invariably sexy creations.
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House of Liza
London , United Kingdom
House of Liza specialises in rare, vintage pieces with a focus on the late Seventies to the late Nineties. The boutique offers a ‘fashion feast’ of perfectly preserved, innovative and obscure items for the avid collector, the aficionado or the customer simply seeking something unique.