BYBLOS HOT PINK FLORAL DOT & STRIPE SKIRT ENSEMBLE 1989
A vintage Byblos hot pink and cream polka dot and floral print Byblos cotton wrap top with ruffled sleeves and matching pink and cream stripe skirt with center zipper and button closure.
- Designed by Alan Cleaver and Keith Varty
- Size Top 42; Skirt 40
Byblos takes its name from a hotel in St. Tropez, France. Since its inception in 1973, starting with a group of stylists, then engaging the Milanese Gianni Versace as a designer from 1975 to 1976, then Frenchman Guy Paulin, and finally Keith Varty from the Royal College of Art inLondon via a period in Paris at Dorothée Bis with Alan Cleaver. Varty and Cleaver became the personification of Byblos objectives: a young line, international, with panache, and carefree, optimistic nonchalance. In the 1980s, the color palettes and relaxed resort-influenced informality of Cleaver and Varty for Byblos became a young lingua franca in fashion for the twentysomething and thirtysomething generations. -Fashion Encyclopedia.