Luxury Vintage MINK Fur Stole, REAL FUR Shawl, Couture Fur by ELSA SCHIAPARELLI, Champagne, Blonde, Beige Heirloom Fur, Dream Winter Wedding Jacket, Mink Coat, Old Hollywood Glamour Fur, Deco Gatsby Party Fur
Exquisite, ultra chic and stunning, this luxury vintage couture mink fur stole by Elsa Schiaparelli Paris exudes effortless glamour and is the epitome of mid century style.
Crafted in the 1960's, this couture vintage fur was artfully designed by the couture house of the iconic designer Elsa Schiaparelli.
This is a genuine mink fur wrap in excellent condition, one original owner who took great pride in her wardrobe and kept the fur professionally cold-stored. It is fresh from a Palm Beach Estate.
The genuine mink fur is plush and silky and the lining is very clean and free of stains or issues. A beautiful mix of natural hues, the color ranges from sandy blonde to champagne to warm beige which take on a glowing essence in the sunlight...simply stunning.
A perfect accent for a luxury bride to wear to her winter wedding and it would look outstanding and romantic in winter wonderland wedding photos. A classic and timeless look you'll wear with confidence for many seasons to come.
Fully fur backed collar can be turned up for a stylish effect, two concealed front pockets and the Schiaparelli couture label sewn onto one of the front panels. No hooks or closures but one can be added by your tailor if needed.
This luxury vintage mink fur shawl is a rare, heirloom piece that would be perfect for a dream wedding or a luxury vintage fur collector to add to their collection and would make a spectacular gift for someone special.
Cape style, no sleeves or armholes. Fitting most.
Shoulder to Shoulder 17" (Interior)
About the Designer:
Elsa Schiaparelli was a fashion designer from an Italian aristocratic background. She created the house of Schiaparelli in Paris in 1927, which she managed from the 30's to the 50's. She famously collaborated with Salvador Dalí and Jean Cocteau.
Along with Coco Chanel, her greatest rival, she is regarded as one of the most prominent European figures in fashion between the two World Wars. Her clients included the heiress Daisy Fellowes and actress Mae West.