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Brown wool blazer from Giorgio Armani featuring a notched lapel, a single button front fastening, two pockets, long sleeves an open front hem and an all-over floral design. Please note that vintage items are not new and might have imperfection
Item ID: 10140834
- bust: 106 centimetres, waist: 98 centimetres
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- Wool 100%
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- Dry Clean Only
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In 1975 Italian designer Giorgio Armani launched his own label. Following the phenomenal success of his menswear, Armani used the elements of masculine tailoring to make feminine garments. The design of the Armani jacket is far removed from traditional principles of jacket tailoring, and his clothes have a sense of control and the lack of fuss and clutter make women feel comfortable. In all cases he stresses simplicity, and minimalism, and his style is renowned for being the perfect bridge between refined elegance and down-to-earth comfort.
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Lugo di Ravenna , Italy
A.N.G.E.L.O. Vintage has grown from humble beginnings at a second-hand market stall into one of Europe’s most comprehensive archives of vintage fashion. Angelo Caroli, the owner, is considered a trailblazer in ethical fashion and has built the brand on his belief that the value of clothes lies far deeper than in their appearance.