Fustă din catifea maro Betty Barclay anii 80 - 90
Fustă din catifea maro (55% viscose, 45% poliamid), print tigrat stilizat. Se închide la spate cu fermoar. Șliț la spate. Jupă din acetat maro.
Măsuri: talie - 76, șold - 100, lungime - 50. Pe etichetă: 38. Echivalare: M.
Brand: Betty Barclay / Italia.
Despre: "1938 - Max Berk takes over a textile factory in Mannheim. He soon changes over to ladies’ wear. 1943 - Destruction of the factory in the War. After the end of the War reconstruction of various factories in the Heidelberg area. 1955 - Max Berk acquires a licence from the Jonathan Logan Group to distribute the American BETTY BARCLAY brand in Europe. Founding of BETTY BARCLAY Kleiderfabrik GmbH in Heidelberg. The company’s first own BETTY BARCLAY collection is created in the spring. 1961 - The first VERA MONT collection is developed. It concentrates on formal evening, cocktail and bridal fashions. Founding of VERA MONT in France. 1968 - The GIL BRET brand is created. A product line comprising coats, jackets, suits and trouser suits. The sales volume rises to almost DM 70 million and makes it essential to expand the company in terms of area. The core of the group of companies is built on around 15,000m² in Nußloch near Heidelberg. It comprises the operations areas of production, central distribution and administration. 1971 - Exceeded the sales threshold of DM 100 million per year. 1972 - The BETTY BARCLAY label is acquired for exclusive use worldwide. 1978 - Opening of the Max Berk Textile Museum in Heidelberg in the former protestant Baroque church dating from 1733 specially purchased and renovated for this purpose. 1979 - Max Berk receives the ‘Internationaler Mode-Marketing-Preis’ [International Fashion Marketing Prize] at IGEDO, Düsseldorf. 1982 - Company founder Max Berk moves to chair the Executive Council and transfers management of the group of companies to his son-in-law Jürgen H. Winter. 1983 - Alongside the traditional product groups, a complete clothing idea is considered for the first time: the first combination ranges are designed. 1986 - BETTY BARCLAY receives the highest recognition score for a domestic brand in ladies’ wear. 1987 - Launch of the first BETTY BARCLAY shop-in-shop systems. 1988 - Building of a new warehouse and distribution area with a high level of automation. 1991 - Jürgen H. Winter takes over management of the group of companies as managing partner. 1992 - The first licence is awarded for BETTY BARCLAY Fragrance. 1993 - Received the ‘Forum Prize’ from the German textile industry. 1996 - Another licence is awarded for BETTY BARCLAY Shoe Fashion, today known as BETTY BARCLAY Shoes. The company is named “Manufacturer of the year” by Drapers Record, the UK’s leading trade journal for the textile industry. 1997 - BETTY BARCLAY is “Official Dressmaker” to the World Figure Skating Championships in Lausanne. Another licence is awarded for BETTY BARCLAY Accessories." (Sursa: bettybarlcay.com)