Documented Fall 2000 Tom Ford for Gucci Runway Leather Coat


Condition: Pristine
Price: € 1950


The twin of this two-tone gold metallic leather Gucci coat is held at the archives of the Phoenix Art Museum. Designed by Tom Ford, it walked the runway for the Fall 2000 Ready-to-Wear collection (look 26) and was featured in the 2000 ad campaign. So we are very pleased to present to you this collectible Gucci coat.

  • Concealed snap button fastenings through single-breasted front; 6 buttons
  • Notched lapel
  • Long sleeves with zippered cuffs
  • Back slit
  • Two side pockets
  • Unlined 
  • Retail price was €10.000
  • This garment appears to have been worn very little, if at all and is in mint condition
  • There is no size tag but it runs like a 42IT/38FR/36NL, so please make sure to check the measurements below
  • Length: 98cm from neck to hem 
  • Sleeves: 68cm 
  • Shoulders: 45cm flat across 
  • Chest: 43 cm flat across from side seam to side seam
  • Waist: 38cm flat across from side seam to side seam
  • Reference photo: Gucci F/W 2000, look 26 (photo credits: JB Villareal)
  • Reference photo: Gucci coat in the permanent collection of the Phoenix Art Museum, gift of Neiman Marcus
  • Reference photo: Gucci ad campaign F/W 2000 
Reference
303-163
Designer
Gucci
Status
Available
Price
€ 1950
Year
Fall 2000 Ready-to-Wear
Origin
Made in Italy
Size
42IT (runs like a 36NL)

Gucci

Founded in Florence in 1921, Gucci represents world class luxury, Italian heritage and modern style.

The House of Gucci, better known as simply Gucci is an Italian iconic fashion and leather goods label. The House of Gucci was founded in 1921 by the master upholsterer Guccio Gucci as a workshop for leather goods in Florence. Gucci became well-known in 1947 after introducing a handbag with a bamboo handle, which is still popular today. Over the years, Gucci built a reputation for its excellent quality, hiring only the best craftsmen to work in its atelier. In 1951 the first Gucci store was opened in Milan. In 1953, Guccio Gucci died, and the business was passed on to his four sons who opened the first overseas Gucci store in Manhattan the same year. In the ’60s Gucci introduced their timeless designs: lush butterfly and floral patterns, the original Gucci loafer, and the double-G logo for buckles and other accessories. Frida Giannini is the current creative director of the entire Gucci brand.

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