This is a wonderful 1970s era Andre Courreges space age design polyester and cotton blend white outerwear jacket. The jacket is quilted in horizontal bands on the interior - the quilting shows on the lapels when they are turned out. The jacket would provide a little warmth, but is not meant for very cold weather. It closes with two gold toned metal clasps - one attaches to the interior and one attaches at the lower exterior. The jacket has a narrow woven cotton collar. There is a slant pocket built into either side. The lapels can be arranged in a few different ways. Simple lines to this jacket, very clean look.
Label: Courreges Paris Made in France. Andre Courreges is a legendary Parisian fashion designer, known for his avant garde “space age” design during the 1960s, and his innovative, “fresh” looking designs through the 70s.
Material: 67% Polyester / 33% Cotton
Sizing: Size 000 is indicated, which is the Courreges size code - the lady from whom this was acquired normally wore a size 4, but the measurements are fairly large, so please note the following measurements for fit, allowing for the style of the garment (your body measurements should be smaller, or measure a similar garment that you own):
Shoulders: 17” across from shoulder seam to shoulder seam
Sleeves: 18 1/2” long from the shoulder seam
Sleeve inseam: 13 1/2”
Bust: 41” around
Waist: 36” around
Length: 23 1/2” long, measured flat
Condition: It is in excellent condition with no wear, tear, stains or odors, in fact, this jacket looks like it was never used, and was very well cared for over the years.
This is a super piece of Courreges - clean, avant-garde styling, very sophisticated.
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