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Selina Blow

Vintage Mens Green Satin Jacquard Nehru Collar Jacket, 1980s

Vintage Mens Green Satin Jacquard Nehru Collar Jacket, 1980s

Regular price £280.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £280.00 GBP
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Product Details

An incredible vintage mens jacket from the 80s by Selina Blow, luxury British designer and sister in law of Alexander McQueen's muse, Isabella Blow. In a brightly multicolored brocade / jacquard paisley patterned fabric with a nehru collar, shoulder pads and huge statement buttons. So 60s hippie inspired, this would be perfect for a party or as a statement dinner jacket.

Size: Unlabelled; measures roughly like a mens XS to Small. Please check measurements.
Chest - 36” / 91cm
Waist - 32” / 81cm
Length (Shoulder to Hem) - 29” / 73cm
Shoulder to Shoulder - 18” / 46cm
Sleeve Pit to Cuff - 17” / 43cm
Sleeve Shoulder to Cuff - 23” / 58cm

Condition: Good Vintage Condition - Some loose threads/ pulling to fabric. No noticeable stains, tears or holes.

- Front statement button fastenings
- Fully lined

Materials: Unlabelled; brocade.

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