Alexander McQueen Black Jacket, Medium

I think that only Alexander McQueen designs are so distinctive you can identify them as McQueens almost immediately. The late McQueen has been one of the most lauded designers in the past 50 years. New York Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute attracted over 660,000 visitors to its exhibition "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" in 2011. If you are not familiar with the remarkable nature of his work, you can get an idea of his work by going to the Metropolitan museum's site and see for yourself. This is an opportunity to purchase one of his pieces at a fraction of their original cost.

This is an as-new wool/poly/mohair perfectly cut jacket with that extra but understated bling in the broad labels. The tiny beads reflect just enough light to attract attention but clearly eschew the gaudy. You could even wear it to work, but it would be especially stunning for that special evening.

It is marked an Italian 46 but the measurements tell you more. It is 27" long, 16" across the shoulders, has 23" sleeves, 37" bust, 32" waist, and 38" hip. There are two outside front pockets and one interior pocket in the lining. It is perfectly clean, with no defects, and likely was never worn. Just waiting for you, I guess. Don't miss it -- Italian made jackets like this come by seldom in a lifetime. Priced to move too!

Please email us if you have any questions. Like all Ruby Lane items, it is returnable, as long as undamaged, for any reason, as long as undamaged, at your cost for return postage only.

Item ID: CL-0002

McQueens McQueen

Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: black, Size: Medium, 12

$349 USD

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