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Andalusia / No. 038

$300

The shape of our Andalusia skirt is inspired by the outfit worn by female Flamenco performers from the Andalusia region in Southern Spain. The long style with a pleated hem is soft and fluid, made from 100% pima cotton. With hidden pockets and an elasticized waist, this pairs beautifully with our Francis cardigan.

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- LONG SKIRT WITH PLEATED BOTTOM
- RELAXED FIT
- SIDE WAIST POCKETS
- 100% PIMA COTTON
- MADE IN PERU

AVAILABLE COLOURS:
- ARAGON
- APRICOT
- POPPY RED
- ECLIPSE BLUE

XS= BUST 32” WAIST 24” HIPS 34”
S= BUST 34” WAIST 25” HIPS 35”
M= BUST 36” WAIST 29” HIPS 39”
L= BUST 37” WAIST 30” HIPS 40”

Hesperios Knit Library:
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Concept & System By: Autumn Hrubý
Research: Autumn Hrubý, Lily Gradante
System Production: Miye Mccullough
Country Artifact Text By: Julia Berick
Collage by: Autumn Hrubý
Production: Hesperios

All Knitwear Design By:
Autumn Hrubý 

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Like other great capitals of the pre-modern era, Sevilla reached grand heights when, under the ʿAbbādid dynasty, it was home to a diversity of peoples and religions. When the Spanish Christians under Ferdinand III banished the Jewish and Muslim populations, the prosperity of the city suffered. Grand buildings remain, however—one of the legacies of the flourishing capital of the ʿAbbādid—and include the Alcázar Palace. Seville continued to produce significant artists even as the general fortunes of the city rose and fell. These include the painters Diego Velázquez and Francisco de Zurbarán, and the writer Miguel de Cervantes.

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