1980's White Satin & Cotton Pinstripe Jumpsuit
This white pinstriped jumpsuit is a rare early example of Gianni Versace’s 1980’s work. Made in Italy from cotton and satin viscose, it is both comfortable and flattering. It does up in the front with six buttons, five of them invisible. There are pockets on both sides, rolled up cuffs, and belt loops. The original dealer claimed it had belonged to Frank Sinatra’s chef; of course, we can’t verify, but a fun tidbit! Regardless, it is an extremely wearable piece of fashion history, in excellent condition and ready for wear.
Bust - 35"
Waist - 27"
Hips - 36"
Inseam: 28" (inner seam to cuff)
The last picture is a photograph by Pier-Alexandre Gagne of Mireille Champagne modelling the jumpsuit.