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  • Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket
  • Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket
  • Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket
  • Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket
  • Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket
  • Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket
  • Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket

Yves Saint Laurent

Navy Blue Houndstooth Haute Couture Jacket

$1,000.00

1970s Yves Saint Laurent haute couture navy blue and cream small houndstooth printed belted jacket. Navy blue/grey marble plastic buttons, optional belt, patch pockets at the hips and bishops sleeves. Cream silk lining. Excellent vintage condition. Fashioned after a classic Pendelton jacket shape. Fits like a US 6.

Sleeve 22" Shoulder 21" Bust 40" Waist 37" Hips 38" Length 29"

Yves Saint Laurent

Fashion phenome who replaced the venerated Christian Dior when he passed in 1957. The youngest designer to run a couture fashion house and take it from the old school to the cutting edge of pret-a-porter. Saint Laurent’s influence was immediate and far-reaching and he drew inspiration from his many travels. Among his successes – the Mondrian collection in 1965, Le Smoking tuxedo suits of 1967 and beyond, the Safari suits of 1968 based on his upbringing in Algeria and the Russian collection of 1976 inspired by the film Dr. Zhivago. His career was best described by Diana Vreeland, editor-in-chief of Vogue US in the 1960s and 70s, "Coco Chanel and Christian Dior were giants, Saint Laurent is a genius."

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