top of page
Gucci by Tom Ford White Leather Perforated Laced Racing Jacket

Gucci by Tom Ford White Leather Perforated Laced Racing Jacket


Measurements & Condition


Chest - 16 in / 40.6 cm

Length - 20 in / 50.8 cm

Shoulders - 15 in / 38.1 cm

Sleeve Length - 20.75 in / 52.7 cm

Hem - 13 in / 33 cm


Condition 8/10

  • On the edge of bankruptcy, the Gucci label was desperate for progressive creative leadership. The year was 1994 and Gucci’s saviour had just left Yves Saint Laurent, embarking on a mission to revive the namesake and rebrand with a breath of new life. Tom Ford was appointed at the helm of Gucci and began to dissect the celebrated values the label was known for. He strayed from leather goods and traditional chic, instead reaching for experiment and modern physique. Void of any creative restraint, Ford ran free, using Gucci’s capabilities to dabble in highly skillful designs and unseen textiles. Tom Ford sold sex and provoked his external audience, demanding onlookers attention with audacious campaigning. While unveiling a new definition of couture, the designer was praised for his fashion forward approach and inventive thinking. While saving the Gucci maison from impending failure, Ford is remembered as a paramount in the fashion industry.


    Debuting under Tom Ford’s leadership, the garment showcased exemplifies the designer’s forte. Featuring a white leather base, synched hem and perforated extremities, Ford blends a classic silhouette with utility, seen in the abstract geometrics and a precarious shape. The abundance in medium, alongside the sharp contrast in metallic fixtures and plastic hems, is anything but “old money” - a term Gucci was deeply synonymous with. Fitting a mens extra small, in good condition with some use as pictured.

Shop All

bottom of page