1950s Lucile Manguin Burgundy Red Cloak
A burgundy red velvet cloak from Parisian couturier Lucile Manguin, daughter of impressionist painter Henry Manguin. The cloak is floor length and features softly pleated folded into the back and front yoke. The sleeves are pleated into the cuff, fastened with a matching button. The front features a wide collar, fastened with a matching statement button. Finally, the cloak is fully lined in matching burgundy satin. This item carries the Manguin authenticity label.
- Bust 120cm / 47.2inch
- Waist 172cm / 67.7inch
- Hips 172cm / 67.7inch
- Shoulder to Hem 106cm / 41.7inch
- Inside Sleeve 32cm / 12.5inch
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