Corduroy Bold Printed Blazer, 1960s
A rare 1960s vintage Emilio Pucci printed blazer jacket for the luxury fashion house, Ermenegildo Zegna, Perfectly suited in the day or worn as an eccentric evening jacket. In shades of blue, navy and aqua this brightly patterned jacket fastens with a single button and has wide lapels, which looks so current and is seen in Italian menswear collections today.
This rare collaboration happened around 1968 when Emilio Pucci started designing a short lived menswear collection for Zegna, sold at luxury department stores like this Saks Fifth Avenue one. In a fine, velvety corduroy with one of Pucci's legendary bold prints, this rare, museum worthy, piece of fashion history looks just as modern today.
Estimated Size: Marked 40R which is roughly a men's Medium but would also suit a small. Please check measurements.
Chest - 40” / 101cm
Length (Shoulder to Hem) - 29” / 73cm
Shoulder to Shoulder - 18” / 46cm
Sleeve Pit to Cuff - 17” / 43cm
Sleeve Shoulder to Cuff - 23” / 58cm
Details & Condition
Designer: Emilio Pucci
- Two front pockets
- Fully lined
Very Good Vintage Condition - Light overall wear with some fading to sleeves and discoloration to back of neckline not seen when worn. A faint spot to front (pictured) not too noticeable due to bold print. No holes or tears