Hand print blazer
Nude cotton blazer from Moschino featuring a front button fastening, notched lapel, long sleeves with buttoned cuffs, two flap closure pockets to the front, a single welt pocket at the chest, a contrasting black hand print design and a double rear vent. Please note that vintage items are not new but often between 1985 and the end of 90´s, and therefore will always have minor imperfections, even when the items have been used and worn with love and care.
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: M600
Farfetch ID: 10181963
- Cotton 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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The brand Moschino emerged in 1984 through the vision of Franco Moschino who sought to bring playful fashion to the catwalk and challenge the boundaries of conventional style. Moschino's fresh, new approach provided light relief. It sent up high glamour and sophistication of fellow designers and made fun of their high prices. He was zany, iconoclastic and always ready to shock with an outrageous idea, but his clothes were wearable and cut to the highest standards. He was an expert tailor and liked to make visual puns.
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