Spring 2000 Runway Lipstick Print Silk Skirt

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The Prada S/S 2000 collection that can be read as a take of early 20th century feminism, the collection drew inspiration from classics like Chanel and Schiaparelli. Blending the semi-professional silhouettes and earthy tones of smart attire, Prada also introduced shocking sheer elements and quite literal tongue-in-cheek prints that send a message of power-dressing and subtle sexuality. One of the most coveted designs from the line, this skirt is made from an off-white silk with rows of black and gray lipsticks printed throughout.

Stitched pleats lay perfectly around a faced waist that give this skirt a beautiful dimension a retro sweep at the knee length hem.

This skirt was aptly featured in the 2012 Met exhibition Schiaparelli & Prada Impossible Conversations and can be seen in the images above on that season’s runway.

Size 40
Waist: 30.5 inches
Length: 21.5 inches

Unlined, the waist of this skirt is faced with a matching grosgrain ribbon. On the side, there are hidden snaps to secure the skirt.
In excellent condition
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