Twilight Navy - Lams leder - Size: XL - Slim-Fit
|Condition:||As new, unused|
Beautiful and rugged bomber jacket by Marc Jacobs in size XL, slim fit; I myself have size L and the coat fits me perfectly.
The coat is like new with labels and has only been tried on in the store. The only signs of wear are from putting the coat on and off when it was still in the store.
The coat is made of very smooth lamb's leather and the collar is made of genuine lambswool. The colour is twilight navy, a very unusual and beautiful colour.
The collar is removable through snap fasteners, so that the coat can also be worn somewhat warmer days (suited for three seasons).
The coat has two flap/slash pockets and an inner pocket.
Retail price was $1,200.00.
For measurements view the last photo.
After graduating from the High School of Art and Design in New York in 1981, he studied at the Parsons School of Design. In 1984 he started his collaboration with Robert Duffy under the name Jaconbs Duffy Inc. He gained fame in the fashion world when in 1988 he started working for Perry Ellis together with Duffy, and when he designed a 'grunge collection' for a fashion brand in 1993, which by the way led to his immediate dismissal.
In 1986 he released his first collection under his own name. Later the Marc by Marc Jacobs line was added to this. Jacobs has been the artistic director of Louis Vuitton since 1997, for whom he designed his first prêt-à-porter line.
|Member since:||April 21, 2013|
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Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 42.66|
|United Kingdom||$ 26.07|
|Rest of Europe||$ 31.99|
|Anywhere else||$ 42.66|
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