Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit
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Ozbek 1980's sequin two-piece suit

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Sequined suit by Ozbek, comprised of high rise pants and a cropped button blouse. 

Never before worn, with original tags. Straight from the Jeurissen private archives and into your next dinner party!!! 

Pants size: EU 36. 
Top size: EU 38-40. 

The pieces can also be worn separately.

Styled with Montana 80's choker necklace. 

Rifat Ozbek is a Turkish-born fashion designer. He moved to London in the 1970s where he studied architecture at Saint Martin’s School of Art. He established his own company in 1984. He created a bridge between Western silhouettes and Eastern decorative elements. His use of embroidery, tassels and vivid colours like turquoise or fuchsia were at odds in 1980s power dressing but received a lot of attention. Ozbek is inspired by culture and subculture which he reflects on in his designs.