Sunday, December 16, 2007

Chanel Fall 1999 Boucle Cropped Blazer

Generally, the end of the fourteenth century is seen as the birthdate of fashion, or when clothing represented more than class or professional position. Rather clothing was designed, in order to reflect personal preferences and in doing so, brought style as an influence to life's choices. N one understood this balance of influence and decision more than Chanel. We can still see her form and function marriage, for example, in this cropped blazer with dolman sleeves, hook-and-eye metal front closures with logo stamp and boucle with metallic threading. Women were for the first time, able to dress not just by social status as their determining wardrobe factor, but were able to select garments based on their style and a certain comfort level meant for all people. Vive La Revolution! In mint condition and priced at $600. In a size 40. For further information or to purchase, please contact:

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