.section_page_header .backdround-image-inner { background-color: ; background-image: url('//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2653/1334/t/8/assets/page-header-bg.jpg?18358611389799910495'); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: center top; background-size: cover; padding-top:; padding-bottom:; }

  • Tops
  • Vintage Jean Bouquin Shirt Size S

£75.00
Availability: 1 In Stock
Trendlistr Designer Vintage
Vintage 1960s Jean Bouquin printed tunic top from his second Parisian boutique (confusingly called "Mayfair"!). This tunic top has an almost indian shape - with a high flat collar and fitted style, with slight flared sleeves that come 3/4 of the way down the arm. The fabric is a soft cotton with an unusual medieval style print all over it. It is in fantastic condition and a piece of fashion history as not many of his garments remain in circulation to this day. Who is Jean Bouquin? Jean captured the bohemian spirit of St. Tropez's jet-set society at the end of the swinging 60s. He printed panne velvet minidresses, used drawstring waists, borrowed from indian pyjamas and his style was often referred to as 'luxe boho'. After his success in St. Tropez, he opened a 2nd shop in Paris called Mayfair, which continued his theme of relaxed 'non-dressing'. He retired from the fashion business in 1971 to enjoy his social life. His devoted customers included Brigitte Bardot, Naralie Wood, Jane Birkin, Jean Shrimpton, and Geraldine Chaplin. Shoulder to hem- 28 inches Sleeve length- 22 inches Chest - 34 inches

Vintage 1960s Jean Bouquin printed tunic top from his second Parisian boutique (confusingly called "Mayfair"!). This tunic top has an almost indian shape - with a high flat collar and fitted style, with slight flared sleeves that come 3/4 of the way down the arm. The fabric is a soft cotton with an unusual medieval style print all over it. It is in fantastic condition and a piece of fashion history as not many of his garments remain in circulation to this day.

Who is Jean Bouquin?
Jean captured the bohemian spirit of St. Tropez's jet-set society at the end of the swinging 60s. He printed panne velvet minidresses, used drawstring waists, borrowed from indian pyjamas and his style was often referred to as 'luxe boho'. After his success in St. Tropez, he opened a 2nd shop in Paris called Mayfair, which continued his theme of relaxed 'non-dressing'. He retired from the fashion business in 1971 to enjoy his social life. His devoted customers included Brigitte Bardot, Naralie Wood, Jane Birkin, Jean Shrimpton, and Geraldine Chaplin.

Shoulder to hem- 28 inches
Sleeve length- 22 inches
Chest - 34 inches

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, pri no interesset temporibus reformidans, vix sale tempor offendit te. Nisl esse eleifend an pri, vivendo corrumpit definiebas nam ex. Porro epicuri ius cu, errem possim delicata has ei. Vitae dignissim intellegam nec ne. Suas lobortis atomorum no vel, et eum exerci eruditi habemus, hinc persequeris duo an.

Go to Checkout
Just added to your wishlist:
My Wishlist
You've just added this product to the cart:
Go to cart page

Start typing and press Enter to search