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ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

Wool and Silk Smoking Jacket
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Monochrome wool and silk smocking jacket from Alexander McQueen. Satin twill and felt shawl collar leads into a single button closure. Long sleeves with single button cuffs. One chest pocket. Two front flap pockets. Structured shoulder pads. Rear vent. Three interior pockets. Fully lined. Specialist dry clean only.
Item ID:10286602

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Spandex/Elastane 4%,
  • Composition: Wool 55%,
  • Composition: Polyamide 9%,
  • Composition: Cotton 16%,
  • Composition: Viscose 16%
  • Brand Style ID : A014
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    Designer: ALEXANDER MCQUEEN


    Alexander McQueen’s legacy of daring theatricality and exquisite construction lives on with his successor, Sarah Burton, who has added another dimension of wearability to the late designer’s controversial silhouettes and couture finishes.