Elizabeth de Senneville had a cutting edge boutique in Les Halles, in 1980's Paris just around the corner from Yohji Yamamoto's tiny first shop when they area was quite seedy, strewn with sex shops and hobos.
She came from an aristocratic French family and her designs were an 1980's version of techno-futurism. All her customized textiles were specially milled for her and her simple cuts were fastened with velcro closures. She had one of the earliest industrial style "Concept" stores with all products geared toward the future and the upcoming century.
This full cut evening shirt has square Velcro closures on a computer code generated red lame jacquard base. Her clothes were fully cut for wear by both men and women.
1980's France. Excellent condition.
30" Length, 42 chest, 42 waist, overam 31"
Elizabeth de Senneville Lame Shirt LU46269902