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Vintage Givenchy Couture Crème Silk Jacket Coat, 1990s


Best known for his high-end, feminine silhouettes, French haute couture designer Hubert de Givenchy rose to international acclaim during the 1960s by creating signature looks for actress Audrey Hepburn. Although Givenchy began experimenting with bolder colors and pattern options around the 1980s, his designs maintain a classic romantic elegance.

This Givenchy jacket is done in a gorgeous couture-level crème silk that has a light texture to it. The jacket has lots of fabric and is cut and draped to perfection. It falls from lightly padded shoulders to an overlapping hem at the upper thigh in a youthful swing silhouette. The jacket begins with a flattering deep V neckline and wide sleeves that fall several inches above the wrists. The lower portion of the front of the jacket is gently pleated at the diagonal seams that mirror the neckline, which are further defined by pockets at each hip.

Size estimate: MED/LRG

Fit notes: (can work on a smaller frame for an oversized fit Photographed a size 4 mannequin)


Bust: 48

Waist: 54

Length: 31 at the front and gradually increase at length in back to 34 inches

Pleating at the back of the jacket adds more volume to the silhouette while imbuing the jacket with a relaxed femininity. A sensational addition to the discerning fashion lover’s wardrobe, this beautiful jacket can easily be styled with a chic monochromatic ensemble and is the perfect outerwear choice for a wedding, gala, or special occasion.

This vintage Givenchy jacket is fully lined in crème silk and hangs open with no closures. In very good condition with two light dots on the exterior. This jacket has been cleansed with obsidian and sage to ensure that you are welcoming a bright new energy into your home, and has also been professionally eco-dry cleaned and pressed. High-quality pieces like this are yours to live in and love while increasing in value every year. It’s never too soon to start collecting them, as an investment in your wardrobe—and in yourself.

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