Woman's suit in two parts (jacket, skirt)
Designed by Stephen Yearick
Object Place: United States
Jacket: center back: 75 cm (29 1/2 in.) Skirt: center back: 58 cm (22 13/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Metal; plastic; silk plain weave (basket) (crepe); glass; synthetic material padding; silk plain weave (crepe)
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Blue and black tailored jacket with small stand-up, shawl collar in black with dense rows of black beads. Blue long sleeves and body of jacket with angled, curved beading designs. Black beading continues from the collar to the hemline as well as on the cuffs. Side of each sleeve has organic leaf design of blue and black beading that extends from the elbow to the cuff.One center front faux button located at the pointed wrap front near the hipline. Fitting bust seams in front and back. Fully lined in black silk plain weave (crepe) with shoulder pads and interfacing in collar, cuffs, lapel and hemline. Interior metal hook closures in center front. INTERIOR LABEL: YOLANDA: “DESIGNER’S COLLECTION”
Black silk plain weave crepe, short faux wrap skirt with black overlay covered in pleating. Dense rows of beading cover the waistband. All of the skirt is adorned with black beading to match the patterning on the jacket. Center back invisible zipper and hook and eye closure. Garment is fully lined in black silk plain weave crepe.
By 2009, in collection of Yolanda Cellucci of Waltham, MA; gift of Cellucci to the MFA (Accession date: September 16, 2009)
Gift of Yolanda of Yolanda Enterprises Inc.