Long Maxi Skirt

Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print

Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print
Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print

Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print

Rare vintage 70's patchwork novelty print maxi skirt. Designed by Giorgio Di Sant Angelo. Includes 12 panels of fabric, mostly novelty prints and a few bold solids.

A full sweep circle skirt, measures 198 around the bottom. The waist wraps like a wrap skirt but the skirt is not split, not a wrap around. Vintage size 8 = Modern XS. Waist adjusts from 21"-26". In excellent vintage condition, colors are bright, no holes, a few very faint darker spots near the hem, part of the hem has iron on hem tape in 2 places, see last photo.

More information about the designer. Giorgio di Sant' Angelo (Jorge Alberto Imperatrice), commonly known as Giorgio Sant'Angelo, (19331989) was an Italian/Argentinian fashion designer based in the United States. He studied with Picasso for six months, Picasso encouraged his student to "trust his own restless creativity and to keep on trying new artistic ventures". He was known for creating ethnic-inspired looks early in his career, for which he won the prestigious American Coty Fashion Critic's award in 1968 and in 1970. Using fabrics like tie-dyed chiffon, leather and cotton, he created romantic clothing that reflected the hippie culture of the era.

Sant'Angelo opened his own ready-to-wear business in 1966. He collaborated with textile converters like Crantex, to create his own prints, and leather makers like Calderon, for his accessories. He cited various native and ethnic cultures as the inspiration for his collections, like the American Indian or the Bohemian Gypsy. He rejected the traditional shift with the zipper-up-the-back, and instead, designed clothing that wrapped, tied, hung or clung to the body.

He didn't simply design clothes, he ornamented the body and made fantasy wearable. He made couture pieces for celebrities and entertainers as well. Eventually, he started to license his name and expand... The first line was called Sant'Angelo 4U2... The item "Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print" is in sale since Tuesday, March 19, 2019. This item is in the category "Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Vintage\Women's Vintage Clothing\Skirts". The seller is "tamars-treasures" and is located in Saint Petersburg, Florida.

This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Waist to Hem: 39"
  • Look: Hippie, Bohemian
  • Brand: Sant Angelo 4U2
  • Size Type: Regular
  • Waist Size: 21"-26"
  • Material: 100% Cotton
  • Bottoms Size (Women's): XS
  • Decade: 1970s
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Multi-Color


Vintage 70s Giorgio Di Sant Angelo 4U2 Patchwork Circle Maxi Skirt Novelty Print