1989 Moschino Couture 'Roman Centurion Soldier'

Condition: Pristine
Retail price: €3400.00
Price: € 950
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  • Bustier dress
  • Top in silk velvet
  • Sweetheart neckline
  • Spaghetti straps
  • Hidden zip closing on the black
  • The bottom is elongated into 'Romanesque' tabs. It has two metal ornaments on each flap of the sleeves and the bottom flaps which are symbols of the gladiator shield and of the city of Rome. The eagle was an ancient symbol for the fighting legion. The round medalian is the ancient symbol of the fighting shield. Each sleeve flap and bottom flap is surrounded by stitched-on gold braid
  • Pleated skirt
  • Straight hem
  • Gold silk velvet tasseled shawl



€ 950


Founded by Franco Moschino in 1983, the Moschino label is known for its irreverent, surreal take on fashion. Through the years, the collections have often included tongue-in-cheek items like a cashmere jacket reading “rich bitch” or a T-shirt sporting a television tuned to “Channel No. 5” (for which Chanel sued). Rossella Jardini has served as the label’s creative director since Moschino’s death in 1994, turning out playful, wearable collections. Over the years, the brand has expanded to include the younger Moschino Cheap & Chic line, the Love Moschino denim line, fragrance, lingerie, and accessories.