Plein Sud Wrap Skirt Black

Plein Sud Wrap Skirt Black

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Black faux-wrap skirt featuring wrap front with no opening and fasten zip on the back. Knee length, high waist and tight fitting that enhance the waist perfect to wear in a night out, formal evening or events.

Fabric: 69% viscose 25% polyamide 6% elastane

Lining: 100% polyester

Washing Instructions: Dry clean only

Country of Origin: France

Colour: Black

 

About Plein Sud

Faycal Amor creates in 1986 the label PLEIN SUD that is immediately successful in France and overseas. Since the creation of his label, Fayçal AMOR most important concern has been the development of the company’s structures integrating design, manufacture and marketing.

Plein Sud now boasts 15 flagship stores, including ones on Paris' Place des Victoires, London's Walton Street and New York’s Greene Street in Soho. The collection also retails in 400 multi-brand boutiques and department stores including Henri Bendel and Barneys. There's a lower-priced, funkier Plein Sud jeans collection, too.

Faycal is so determined to keep quality control, in fact, that he insists on keeping apparel production within Plein Sud's fully-owned factories, and has steered clear of licenses.

The designer has also developed during the past years various lines complementing the main one PLEIN SUD. Following PLEIN SUD SOIR in 1994, he launches PLEIN SUD SUN in 1995, PLEIN SUD JEAN’S and SHOES in 1997 and PLEIN SUD TRICOT in 1999.

Always searching new harmonies, creating new fabrics, draping his own structures, Fayçal AMOR designs collections that perfectly translate his inspiration.

Faycal Amor creates in 1986 the label PLEIN SUD that is immediately successful in France and overseas. Since the creation of his label, Fayçal AMOR most important concern has been the development of the company’s structures integrating design, manufacture and marketing.

Plein Sud now boasts 15 flagship stores, including ones on Paris' Place des Victoires, London's Walton Street and New York’s Greene Street in Soho. The collection also retails in 400 multi-brand boutiques and department stores including Henri Bendel and Barneys. There's a lower-priced, funkier Plein Sud jeans collection, too.

Faycal is so determined to keep quality control, in fact, that he insists on keeping apparel production within Plein Sud's fully-owned factories, and has steered clear of licenses.

The designer has also developed during the past years various lines complementing the main one PLEIN SUD. Following PLEIN SUD SOIR in 1994, he launches PLEIN SUD SUN in 1995, PLEIN SUD JEAN’S and SHOES in 1997 and PLEIN SUD TRICOT in 1999.

Always searching new harmonies, creating new fabrics, draping his own structures, Fayçal AMOR designs collections that perfectly translate his inspiration.