Yuki for Rembrant ’70s Tunic
Flowy nylon kaftan gown in pink color dating from the 70’s.
Long dress, lightweight and beautifully draped that gives it a great movement. Wide puffy sleeves that have an elbow-length.
Insane find, extremely comfy and perfect to pull off for that “Slim Aarons” look for the holidays or to feel like a Grecian goddess.
About the designer: Yuki was the design name of Gnyuki Torimaru, Japanese designer that graduated from the London College of Fashion in 1966. He was renowned during the 1970s for his fluid draped jersey dresses. He notably worked for Norman Hartnell, Carlos Place, Pierre Cardin and Louis Feraud (his first job was as pattern cutter for him), and created his diffusion line “Rembrandt” in the late ’70s, specialised in draped jersey. This piece keeps very true to his vision.
– Label reads: “Yuki for Rembrandt”
– Composition: 100% Nylon.
– One size fits all. Caftans loose shape flatter many sizes and shapes.
– Very good vintage condition.
– Made in the U.K.
– Very very good Vintage condition.