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JEAN PAUL GAULTIER VINTAGE

cropped leopard print jacket
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Black cropped coton jacket from Jean Paul Gaultier Vintage featuring a round neck, two button fastening breast pockets, a central front button fastening, long sleeves and an all-over leopard print.
Item ID:10152830

Size & Fit

  • Measurements: bust: 112 centimetres
  • Models Measurements:
    • Height (cm): 186
    • Bust/Chest (cm): 90
    • Waist (cm): 77
    • Hips (cm): 91
    Model is wearing size: M

    Composition & Care

  • Composition: Cotton 100%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Machine Wash
  • Brand Style ID : JPG195
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    Designer: JEAN PAUL GAULTIER VINTAGE


    Jean Paul Gaultier is one of fashion’s most accomplished designers. No formal training but after sending his imaginative sketches to Pierre Cardin, was taken on as his assistant in 1970. By 1976 he was creating his own collections and soon earned the title as the ‘enfant terrible’ of French fashion. By the 1980s Gaultier had become one of the biggest names in Paris, sending out collections of street style-infused fashion for both men and women.Today Gaultier continues to delight a loyal fan club with inventive and invariably sexy creations.

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