Market of Stars Reversible Tunic Dress
Created using an 1833 engraving by artist Vollmy, Market of Star's Stargazer print features a night sky filled with thousands of shooting stars. (Vollmy’s work depicts the earliest recorded Leonid Meteor shower, in which more than 240,000 meteors fell from the sky in one night to the amazement and astonishment of onlookers in towns and villages across North America. We like to think that 240,000 wishes were made that night too!) The star-field on the bodice of our dress, as well as the detailed moon on the sleeves, come from astronomy artwork produced at the Camille Flammarion Observatory near Paris in 1899.
This piece features a scoop neckline on one side, and a v-neck with ties on the other. The adjustable waist ties can be done up in either the front or the back depending on your desired look — or buttoned off altogether for a more oversized flowy vibe.
Unlined. One Size, fits XS-XL. Measures 62cm across the bust, 59cm across the waist, 106 cm long. Model is 5’9” for reference.