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SS97 Comme Des Garçons Homme Plus Village Print Collared Jacket

SS97 Comme Des Garçons Homme Plus Village Print Collared Jacket


Measurements & Condition 


Chest - 21.5 in / 54.6 cm

Length - 27.5 in / 69.8 cm

Shoulders - 18.5 in / 47 cm

Sleeve Length - 25 in / 63.5 cm


Condition 8.5/10

  • Founded by Rei Kawakubo in 1969, Comme Des Garçons has continuously reigned supreme in avant-garde design. Playing a critical role in the birth of the 1970’s anti-fashion movement, over five decades later the label remains at the forefront of media and consumer’s attention. Establishing her menswear line in 1978 under namesake “Homme Plus”, Kawakubo walked her first collection in Paris just 3 years later. The masculine sub-genre would become highly celebrated for it’s inordinate takes on the male silhouette, and eventually rise to notoriety of it’s own. Today, Homme Plus resides as distinct component of the Comme Des Garçons universe, in which Rei Kawakubo remains at the helm of.


    Deriving from the Spring 1997 collection, this tonal jacket exemplifies Comme Des Garcons’ perpetual craftsmanship and divergent thinking. A village lines the exterior in a repetitious, linear manner, depicting horses, houses, and of course greenery. The jacket comes in a boxy cut and is complimented by metallic hardware and symmetric welt pockets, finalized with a flaring collar and buttoned mechanism towards the bottom hem. Fitting a size medium, in great condition throughout.

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