Jean Paul Gaultier Runway A/W 2003 Iconic Bondage Goose Down Puffer Jacket


Condition: Excellent
Price: Price on request
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This ski jacket, lashed tight with webbing straps and clips, is a fall classic!

  • Gaultier's signature parachute straps and buckles which run across the torso, neck, and wrists 
  • JPG Gaultier logo on the back
  • Bomber
  • Collar
  • Front zip fastening
  • Long sleeves
  • Lining
  • Size on label: 40
         Please check measurements for the size:
  • Shoulder to Shoulder: 48cm (18.89")
  • Buste:  52cm (20.47")
  • Length: 65cm (25.59")
  • Waist: 43cm (16.92")
  • Sleeve length (taken under the armpit): 55cm (21.65")
         Excellent pre-owned condition
  • This item has been authenticated by our in-house trained professionals. Jean-Paul Gaulthier does not endorse or participate in the La Doyenne Vintage's authentication process. 
  • Jean-Paul Gaulthier is a registered trademark of Jean-Paul Gaulthier. La Doyenne Vintage is neither partnered nor affiliated with Jean-Paul Gaulthier. 
  • Photos are of the actual item in our possession.
  • Archive JPG, Seen on the Runway in A/W 2003.Photo Marcio Madeira
 
 
Reference
302-203
Designer
Jean Paul Gaultier
Status
Available
Price
Price on request
Origin
France
Size
38

Jean Paul Gaultier

After working for Pierre Cardin and Jean Patou, Jean Paul Gaultier set out on his own to create a womenswear line. The label’s gender-bending, deconstructed aesthetic, and risqué collaborations - like Madonna’s infamous cone-shaped bra for the 1990 Blonde Ambition tour - gave the designer his “enfant terrible” reputation. He’s also known as one of the industry’s master tailors, with a knack for tuxes, trenches, and leather, and a tendency to embrace equestrian, military, and royal tropes - all with a sense of fun. In addition to the clothes, Gaultier created a successful fragrance line packaged in his signature torso-shaped bottles. His first couture collection didn’t come until 1997, but has been critically acclaimed since its beginnings. In 1999, Hermès bought 35 percent of the Jean Paul Gaultier company, which gave the brand capital to open up stores in East Asia. It also opened up another window for the designer; from 2004-2010 he served as the head womanswear designer of Hermès.

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