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The most instantly recognisable piece ever designed by Andre Courreges, this iconic bomber jacket in vinyl was debuted by the designer in his 1971/72 collection and is still being reissued by the label today. Made from tan vinyl, this features a boxy, cropped cut with white metal snap buttons to fasten & an oversized Courreges logo in beige on the front. Fully lined with Courreges logo print fabric which is removable via tiny snaps - one of those thoughtful details that you just don't see in modern clothing! A true collector's item in a rare vintage colourway, this is one of those investment pieces that will always be in style.
Reference Photos: (1) Harpers Bazaar 1971 (2) Courreges Fashion Show 1972 (3-4) origins unknown (5) Model in Courreges by David Bailey, Vogue March 1972 (6-7) Sharon Stone in a Courreges suit in Casino.
Marked size: C
Best for: XS/S
Measurements (laid flat & fastened): shoulder to shoulder: 15.5"/39.5cm, bust: 19.5″/50cm, natural waist: 17.5″/44.5cm, length: 17.5″/44.5cm, sleeve length: 23"/59cm
Material: vinyl with synthetic lining
Condition: Very Good/Good; signs of wear consistent with age including cracking to vinyl particularly concentrated at underarms, arms & inner collar; light scattered spotting in a few places & noticeable staining to lining particularly concentrated at underarms. Most flaws are not overly noticeable when worn, item presents in good wearable condition.