Jil Sander Vintage
Beige coat from Jil Sander Vintage featuring a classic collar with a tabbed button closure to the front, long sleeves with a gathered cuff, a buttoned closure along the front, a gathered waist detail, a back vent and an all over oversized fit. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: SAN2
Farfetch ID: 10249872
- Polyester 60%
- Nylon 15%
- Silk 25%
- Polyamide 15%
- WASHING INSTRUCTIONS
- DRY CLEAN ONLY
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The label was created by German designer Jil Sander. Her trademark, a somewhat New Look for women conquering executive positions in the 1980s, was that of a perfectly cut pantsuit, a form-fitting simple but elegant coat or a slim blouse made of the most luxurious materials in plain grey, black, blue or white leaving out any unnecessary details, extravagant ornaments or loud colours. The fact that her creations were coordinates which could all be easily combined with each other became a popular characteristic. She created the so-called onion look, layering various pieces of clothing in one outfit.