Ken Done Palm Tree Print Dress | Medium
•Fun palm tree print dress from a Ken Done label!
•Features include a scoop neckline, short sleeves, buttons down the bust, an empire waist with an attached waist tie, and a long skirt.
•Unlined, no pockets.
•Ken Done is a renowned Australian artist who has been active since the 80s. Here is a bit about him from his own web site:
”At the age of 40, after painting for many years, he gave up his advertising career to become a painter full-time. Since then, he has held over 100 one-man shows, including major exhibitions in Australia, Europe, Japan and the USA. His works have been shown in the Archibald, Sulman, Wynne, Blake, and Dobell Prizes.
In 1991, a major touring exhibition in Japan attracted over 200,000 visitors. The artist's first European exhibition was held in Paris in 1996, to great acclaim, and in 2000 the art of Ken Done was successfully premiered in both Los Angeles and London.
In 1988, Hanako, a Tokyo fashion and lifestyle magazine, was launched, and featured a Ken Done painting on the cover every week for over 15 years. In 1999, Done was asked to create a series of works for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies programs of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.“
Fits like a modern size | Medium
Material | 100% Cotton
Tag size | Medium
Label | Ken Done Down Under
Measurements taken lying flat - double the bust, waist and hips for true measurement.
Shoulders (seam to seam) | 17.5”
Sleeve length (shoulder seam to sleeve hem) | 9.5”
Bust (armpit to armpit) | 20” (40”)
Waist | 18” (36”)
Hips | Free
Length (shoulder seam to hem) | 49.5”
*Model is 5’6” with measurements of 36x30x42 and fits a modern size Medium in tops and Medium/Large in bottoms (depending on the cut and label).
*Mannequin measures 34.5x24x34 and fits a modern size Small in tops and XS in bottoms.
Vintage condition (out of 10) | 9