One of a kind, hand reclaimed fashion! A vintage Army jacket is made into a piece of wearable art with an authentic Hermes scarf.
Here's a little history of your special jacket. The jacket itself is an authentic vintage army uniform from 1970. The jacket still has its original chest and arm patches. The gorgeous scarf on this jacket, Springs by Philippe Ledoux, was first released in 1974. The design inspiration of this scarf, shown on the back of the jacket, is actually a children's carriage. The carriage that inspired this scarf was commissioned by Carolina Bonaparte for the birth of her son to Napoleon. The hand rolled edges of each scarf are preserved when possible so some edges may not be sewn onto the jacket. The artist's signature, "Ledoux" is visible on the back - a mark all Hermes scarf aficionados look for captured on a jacket! The jacket and scarf are in vintage or preloved condition and may show flaws, wear, and stains. Please see all pictures as part of description and for condition.
Kneaded Fashion size Small.
Please use approximate measurements for sizing. The jacket, when laying flat measures approximately 19.5" across chest and 25" from shoulder to hem.