• 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
  • 90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli
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Kismet Vintage

90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm$445.00

- Kismet Vintage
Size:
small - medium

90’s Italian Designer Reptile Snake Jeans with Charm by Roberto Cavalli

5 pockets, metal zipper, one button

Lanificio Europa Bayer Elastan Dorlastan on tag

Unique sparkle created by iridescent sheen pattern on top of printed jeans

Measurements are taken flat and are approximate:

Waist: 15.5"

Length: 40"

Inseam: 30"

"Roberto Cavalli (b. 1940) is firstly a textile artist who uses his fabrics as canvasses for his fashions. Roberto Cavalli was born in Florence, Italy into a family with strong artistic traditions. His mother was a tailor and his grandfather a Florentine impressionist painter, whose works reside in the Uffizi Museum.

Roberto began his career inventing a process for printing leather. He also became known for his leather and fabric patchwork clothes that created a scandal in his first collection, presented in 1972 at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence. His patchwork on denim fashions were snubbed by straight-laced Florentines but loved by the young hip crowd, including the influential Brigitte Bardot." - Vintage Fashion Guild

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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