A little history lesson, from a 1992 article in The Baltimore Sun:
The first Pierre Deux shop opened in 1967 on Bleeker Street in New York City. It began as an antique shop selling fine 18th century furniture that was hand-carved in the provinces of France. The partners who launched this company were Pierre Moulin and Pierre Le Vec -- hence "Pierre Deux," or the two Pierres.
While on a trip to France to purchase more antiques, the partners bought some Souleiado fabric to make pillows and draperies for their shop. So began Pierre Deux's expansion from 18th century French antiques to country fabrics.
Their fabric lines include 18th century French designs, "Souleiado" (an old Provencal word meaning "the sun's rays shining through a cloud after the rain") and Provençal prints -- toiles de Jouy, chintz, tapestries, as well as plaids and solids.
This stunning chintz fabric is done up in bold colors against a solid navy background. A beautiful set: a billowy top with straps and a matching wrap-around skirt with an additional layer of ruffles in a toile floral pattern.
- Bold colors in gold, mustard, pink, teal and olive
- Ultra lightweight cotton
- Adjustable wrap around skirt
- Waist: 26"-29"
- Hip: free
- Waist to Hem: 32.5”
- Fits a modern US women's 8
Brand: Pierre Deux Souleiado