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Gucci

calf hair paneled denim jacket

£4,780
Gucci

calf hair paneled denim jacket

£4,780

What we say:

Why yes, this might just be the most expensive denim jacket we've ever seen. And yes, we do dream of receiving it as a gift from a rich aunt. Those spikes... that back... the bow... we're in awe.

Product Information:

EDITORS' NOTES "I love the English aesthetic; in a way I feel it is close to my own, a beautiful chaos, it is a powerful mix of the past and the present," explains Alessandro Michele of the inspiration behind Gucci's season-defining Resort '17 collection. A true collector's piece, this oversized denim jacket is richly detailed with appliqués that reference British gardens, aristocratic interiors and subcultures. Framed by spiked studs and paneled with calf hair, it has a crystal-embellished velvet collar, cross-stitch Staffordshire dog figurines at the back and Michele's lucky number 25 at the sleeve. Shown here with: Acne Studios T-shirt, Off-White Pants, Jimmy Choo Pumps, Chloé Ring, Elizabeth and James Earrings.
  • - Light-blue denim, leopard-print calf hair, black velvet and satin
  • - Button fastenings through front
  • - 100% cotton; trim: 100% calf hair; collar: 98% cotton, 2% elastane; filling: 100% polyester; lining: 100% cupro
  • - Dry clean
  • - Made in Italy
  • As seen in The EDIT magazine

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