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Black velvet three-quarter length coat from Emanuel Ungaro Vintage featuring a classic sharp collar, front silver tone button fastening and a matching waist belt, two breast flap pockets and two front pouch pockets and long sleeves. Please note that vintage items are not new and might have imperfections.
Item ID:10098299

Size & Fit

  • Measurements: length: 105 centimetres, bust: 88 centimetres, waist: 84 centimetres
  • Composition & Care

  • Composition: Wool 100%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Specialist Cleaning
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    Designer: EMANUEL UNGARO VINTAGE


    Emanuel Ungaro is a french fashion designer born to an Italian tailor. At the age of 22, he moved to Paris, and three years later he began designing for the House of Cristobal Balenciaga before quitting to work for Courrèges. Four years later, in 1965 with the assistance of Swiss artist Sonja Knapp and Elena Bruna Fassio, Emanuel Ungaro opened his own fashion house in Paris. His Italian upbringing and love of the country side led to his use of a wide range of colours, and he used a great variety of fabrics, prints and textures with an impeccable cutting technique.