Cerruti 1881 Collector S/S 1997 Camisole
Designed by Narciso Rodriquez as a part of his Spring/Summer 1997 collection for Cerruti 1881, this camisole is crafted from pure silk. As seen on the runway in 1996, this iconic archival top is embroidered with delicate flowers and features a high neckline as well as dainty spaghetti straps.
Narciso Rodriguez was consulting for Cerruti when he designed Carolyn Bessette’s wedding dress. His spring 1997 collection for the brand was presented soon after the secret ceremony, and Vogue declared him a "sudden sensation". This extremely sought-after camisole is a rare collector piece from the designer's tenure at the house.
- Color: Ecru + Khaki Green
- Label: Arte Cerruti 1881
- 100% Silk
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Shown here with: Cerruti Tweed Trousers
Size indicated: 44 (IT sizing)
- Chest: 90m
- Length: 40cm
Best fits size S-M, depending on desired drape.
Model is 175cm (5'9"), size XS/S — This item may be clipped on her in order to get it to fit. Please refer to the product measurements above for best accuracy and review our "MEASUREMENT GUIDE" below.
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|XS||80-84cm||61-64cm||34||36 / 0||40||8||2|
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|M||89-93cm||70-74cm||38||40 / 2||44 / II
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