WRONG

Jacket and Skirt Ensemble
2016-2017 (made)
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Place Of Origin

Woman's jacket and skirt ensemble, made of black satin weave silk, called 'Lanh my A', literally 'lacquer silk' in southern Vietnam. Embriodered with stylised floral designs in double couching technique using silver-wrapped threads and pastel tones silk threads.


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Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 2 parts.

  • Jacket
  • Skirt
Brief Description
Jacket and skirt ensemble, black satin weave silk, known locally as Lanh My A (lacquer silk) produced in Tan Chau district in southern Vietnam; jacket embroidered with silver wrapped threads and coloured silks; designed by Victoria Roe for FASHION4FREEDOM, WRONG collection, Hue, Vietnam, 2016-17
Physical Description
Woman's jacket and skirt ensemble, made of black satin weave silk, called 'Lanh my A', literally 'lacquer silk' in southern Vietnam. Embriodered with stylised floral designs in double couching technique using silver-wrapped threads and pastel tones silk threads.
Dimensions
  • Nape of neck to hem length: 60cm (jacket)
  • Sleeve end to sleeve end width: 122.5cm (jacket)
  • Length: 85cm (skirt)
  • Waist width: 62cm (skirt)
Production
The fabric was made in Tan Chau district in southern Vietnam; tailored and embriodered in Hue in Central Vietnam.
Collection
Accession Number
IS.22:1, 2-2019

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record createdJanuary 2, 2019
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