Liberace Phoenix Costume Print Men's Dress Shirt
FRONT, SLEEVES: Liberace's stunning double phoenix costume was desined by Michael Travis for his final residency, at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, 1986. He flew in from the ceiling in the fully caped version.
Double placket design hides the buttons of the shirt and retain a flat and finished look. The classic stand-up collar and long sleeves with double print cuffs reverse to show two views of the marquee of the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, 1962, when Liberace was headlining and his new discovery Barbara Streisand was his opening act.
BACK: The mysterious winged coat of arms on one of Liberace's thrones in the Liberace Museum Collection.
- Fabric: Four-way stretch (95% polyester and 5% spandex)
- Regular fit; This product is nonelastic
- Lapel collar, long sleeve, concealed placket, button closure
- Fabric weight: 120g/m²
- Stitch Color: black or white, automatically matched based on patterns.
- Average Production Time: 2-4 business days（The first month delivery of new products is about 7 business days）
- Care Instruction: machine wash cold with similar colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not iron, do not dry clean.
- Multiple shipping methods available, and fees vary depending on the location and the shipping method selected.
- Notice: a variety of factors may cause slight differences between the actual product and the mock-up, including but not limited to colors and precision of elements position.
This size guide shows product measurements taken when products are laid flat. Actual product measurements may vary by up to 1".