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Vintage 1980’s; Designer Oleg Cassini for Black Tie Label. Size 12. This fabulous vintage beaded Jacket is drenched in multicolored sequins in green, burgundy, purple, gold, turquoise and White. Bugle beads with regular beads around scalloped neckline in colors of turquoise and smalls beads in black and gold around scalloped neckline, sleeves and bottom of jacket, padded shoulder’s and single button closure. All those beads and sequins, affix to a beautiful turquoise shell in 100% silk and Turquoise lining 100% Rayon. No missing beads or sequins. No holes, tears, rips or discoloration. Excellent Vintage. Truly an exquisite piece. I would be happy to provide additional pictures up on request.

History of Oleg Cassini (1913-2006): He started designing in 1936. His look was very sexy and at time, flamboyant. He was best known as the “Couturier to Camelot” and his fashion collaboration with First Lady Jackie Kennedy. That collaboration had a profound impact on the way American women dress, with the “Jackie O” look coming to mean simple designs with easy fit, straight lines, boxy jackets. One of Oleg Cassini’s last lines was the Platinum Collection made to order, based on designs of 1960 for Mrs. Kennedy.

History information courtesy of Vintage Fashion Guild.

Measurements of garment were taken lying flat; Please double: Bust 20″, Waist 18″. Actual: Sleeve length 23″, Shoulder to Shoulder 17″ and Shoulder to hemline (length) 21″.

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