Greenwich Village Suede Patchwork Skirt


Color: Red Rust
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1961. Greenwich Village.


Here’s what Moira remembers.

Folk musicians flooding Washington Square Park with new music. The world wobbling a bit on its axis.

Unpaid gigs at Greenwich Village coffee houses like Kettle of Fish and The Gaslight Cafe, passing the basket for change.

Dylan at Gerde's playing Guthrie, playing his own songs.

This, the skirt she wore to his first New York show on November 4, 1961. One of the 53 who bought a $2 ticket.

She won't part with the original (I would never ask), but she lets me study the details for an afternoon.

Can’t you just hear the music?


Greenwich Village Suede Patchwork Skirt

(No. J7925). Sumptuous 100% goat suede skirt features an allover patchwork pattern. Falls to mid-calf. Side seam zipper with hook and eye at wearer’s left. Lined in poly acetate. Imported.