Extraordinary vintage pants with bright silk-screen printed floral motif all around the bottom hems.
Original tag attached reads: Mr. Dino | New York | Paris | Florence | "The signature for unique sportswear"
Color was the keynote back then in the fashion world. And color is what Mr. Dino fashions is all about. Max Cohen, who started Mr. Dino in the early 1960’s, brought his engineering know-how into textiles and developed a silk-screen printing process for fabric which produced vivid shades that were worked into the most intricate designs.
Mr. Dino, referred to as “The poor man’s Pucci”, was manufactured in Miami employing many Cuban refugees where Cohen turned them from laborers into skilled technicians.
Signed "Mr. Dino" in the fabric.
Marked size 12 (Vintage) ......read below. Vintage sizes are much smaller than today's sizes.
While the tag indicates a size US12, please refer to the website photos for approximate measurements. The waist fabric does not have any stretch.