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Preen Vintage Asymmetrical Avant Garde Jacket, 1990s

Preen Vintage Asymmetrical Avant Garde Jacket, 1990s

Regular price $78.00 USD
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An incredibly unique and unusual vintage womens jacket from the late 90s / early 2000s by luxury British label, Preen. Preen was founded in 1996 by Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi and were known for their bold avant garde clothing in luxury fabrics - worn by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Cate Blanchett and Naomi Watts. This jacket is a great example of their singular aesthetic - in a taupe fabric (purplish grey) cotton with a black jersey trim and asymmetrical cut.

Size: Marked M
Bust - 40” / 101cm
Waist - 36” / 91cm
Length (Shoulder to Hem) - 30” / 76cm
Length (Shortest Side) - 14” / 35cm
Shoulder to Shoulder - 18” / 46cm
Sleeve Pit to Cuff - 20” / 51cm
Sleeve Shoulder to Cuff - 25” / 63cm

Condition: Very Good Vintage Condition - Light wear to the fabric. No holes or tears.

- Made in the UK
- Single front pocket

Materials: 98% Cotton 2% Elastane

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