Marc Jacobs Pale Pink One Button Blazer

Price: Sold
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Streamlined and chic, Marc Jacob's pale pink one button blazer is an exquisite choice for polishing tailored looks.

  • Centre-front three button fastening
  • Notch lapels, single breasted
  • Single ticket-pocket, two flapped front pockets
  • Long sleeves, button-fastening cuffs
  • Tailored fit
  • Lining: 100% polyester, full white lining
  • Fitting: fits true to size, take your normal size
  • Washing instruction: dry clean only


Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

Jacobs introduced his namesake line in 1986 and quickly became the youngest designer ever to win the CFDA Perry Ellis Award for New Fashion Talent. Two decades and several CFDA awards (for womenswear, menswear, and accessories) later, Marc Jacobs is to America what Miuccia Prada is to Italy: the can’t-miss catwalk, the bellwether label, the mercurial designer who stuns/delights/scares the fashion world twice a year.

Jacobs has a knack for sizing up the zeitgeist and then one-upping it. A master of the mash-up, his references are wide-ranging, always in flux, and often unlikely. He’s done multi-layered grunge and tight-as-a-drum ladylike. What’s next? It’s unpredictable - but you can safely assume it’ll make waves and move units. The mystique is buoyed by the use of unexpected models (Charlotte Rampling, Dakota Fanning, Posh Spice), and Juergen Teller’s vivid photo campaigns.