Size: One Size
An Original Laise Adzer... Chemise Mogador Label Attached
Matching/Similar Garments Also Available...See the last 7 pictures for a peak at a few of them ...Please do take a moment to check out my other listings in the Laise Adzer Category in my store if you love her designs!
Color...Black and White Stripe
Fringe is white on top of garment and then turns black at the bottom...
32 Inches Long...Including Fringe
Excellent Vintage Condition
Very Rare & Difficult to Find
Unique & Unusual ~ Vintage 1980's
Loose Fit ~ Oversize
Amazing Construction & Design...Very Detailed
Drop Dead Gorgeous!
Layer it over other Laise pieces...perfection!
100% Cotton...Hand Wash...Air Dry...or Dry Clean
Hangs Beautifully...The Perfect Mix & Match Piece
When you shop for Laise Adzer garments...Remember, if
you can't find the Laise Adzer label or her tag attached to the item...it may not be an original...chances are, it's not...so buyers
beware if you don't know for certain that your seller is familiar with vintage Laise Adzer garments...you should find out if she is sure that they are original and authentic!
In your quest for these wonderful treasures, you may find some items from Mia De Souza, a long time associate of Laise Adzer. Until about six years ago she owned a store in Santa Fe and sold the Laise Adzer stock that remained after Laise's death. It's labeled Chemise Mogador (As is this particular garment) ... I can assure you that they are original Laise Adzer designs and stock.
A Little Background...
story is not uncommon; an adventurous European girl travels off to
Morocco and falls so madly in love with the place, she decides to stay.
It's very jet set late 60s and hip actually but Danish designer Laise
Adzer wasn't trying to be hip, she was just being herself. The original
ethnic designer wear, this label is vintage all the way but shares many
things with the contemporary Belgians. So if Ann Demeulemeester and
Martin Margiela set your heart aglow, you will be able to toss in some
vintage Adzer with no effort whatsoever.
deliriously soft susti cloth that she used for many of Adzer's designs were produced by a small cultural textile house
in the ancient Moroccan city of Fez...It came to the attention of Danish
designer Laise Adzer some 35-40 years ago. Adzer worked with them
exclusively for her designs until her death in 1998. This fabric is sooooo unbelievably soft & comfortable! You can find these garments under the Laise Adzer and Chemise Mogador labels....as this item is!