Betsey Johnson

90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan$29.00

  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
  • 90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan by Betsey Johnson
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Size: medium - large
Betsey Johnson
90’s Slinky Black Knit Open Knit Cardigan

90’s Slinky Black Knit Long Sleeve Cardigan Open Work by Betsey Johnson

Size labeled L

Slinky web like net

*** One or two loose strings as seen in photos, as is probably repairable if taken to tailor or if you are crafty

6 buttons

Measurements are taken flat, unstretched and are approximate: unstretched

Underarm: 17”

Waist: 14”

Length: 22”

Sleeve length: 29”

Materials tag missing

“ Betsey Johnson (b. 1942) was guest editor at Mademoiselle magazine in 1965 when she was given a design job at the new Paraphernalia boutique. There she was an important part of the “Youthquake” movement in fashion. In 1969 she, along with two friends, started their own boutique – Betsey, Bunky and Nini.

From there Johnson wore a variety of design hats: Alley Cat from 1970 to 1974, Butterick patterns from 1971 to the late 1970s, Tric-Trac by Betsey Johnson from 1974 to 1976, and Star Ferry by Betsey Johnson from 1975 to 1977. Finally, in 1978, she formed her own company, Betsey Johnson, Inc., which she still operates today.

One word that has always been used to describe the Betsey Johnson look is “young.” Her clothes are fun and flirty, colorful and alive.” - Vintage Fashion Guild

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

90’s Slinky Black Knit Long Sleeve Cardigan Open Work by Betsey Johnson

Size labeled L

Slinky web like net

*** One or two loose strings as seen in photos, as is probably repairable if taken to tailor or if you are crafty

6 buttons

Measurements are taken flat, unstretched and are approximate: unstretched

Underarm: 17”

Waist: 14”

Length: 22”

Sleeve length: 29”

Materials tag missing

“ Betsey Johnson (b. 1942) was guest editor at Mademoiselle magazine in 1965 when she was given a design job at the new Paraphernalia boutique. There she was an important part of the “Youthquake” movement in fashion. In 1969 she, along with two friends, started their own boutique – Betsey, Bunky and Nini.

From there Johnson wore a variety of design hats: Alley Cat from 1970 to 1974, Butterick patterns from 1971 to the late 1970s, Tric-Trac by Betsey Johnson from 1974 to 1976, and Star Ferry by Betsey Johnson from 1975 to 1977. Finally, in 1978, she formed her own company, Betsey Johnson, Inc., which she still operates today.

One word that has always been used to describe the Betsey Johnson look is “young.” Her clothes are fun and flirty, colorful and alive.” - Vintage Fashion Guild

90’s Slinky Black Knit Long Sleeve Cardigan Open Work by Betsey Johnson

Size labeled L

Slinky web like net

*** One or two loose strings as seen in photos, as is probably repairable if taken to tailor or if you are crafty

6 buttons

Measurements are taken flat, unstretched and are approximate: unstretched

Underarm: 17”

Waist: 14”

Length: 22”

Sleeve length: 29”

Materials tag missing

“ Betsey Johnson (b. 1942) was guest editor at Mademoiselle magazine in 1965 when she was given a design job at the new Paraphernalia boutique. There she was an important part of the “Youthquake” movement in fashion. In 1969 she, along with two friends, started their own boutique – Betsey, Bunky and Nini.

From there Johnson wore a variety of design hats: Alley Cat from 1970 to 1974, Butterick patterns from 1971 to the late 1970s, Tric-Trac by Betsey Johnson from 1974 to 1976, and Star Ferry by Betsey Johnson from 1975 to 1977. Finally, in 1978, she formed her own company, Betsey Johnson, Inc., which she still operates today.

One word that has always been used to describe the Betsey Johnson look is “young.” Her clothes are fun and flirty, colorful and alive.” - Vintage Fashion Guild

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

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