Item 2016.277 - Junior Gaultier Denim Jacket with Metal Panels

Junior Gaultier Denim Jacket with Metal Panels Junior Gaultier Denim Jacket with Metal Panels

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2016.277

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Junior Gaultier Denim Jacket with Metal Panels

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  • c.1992 (Creation)

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(1988-1994)

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Jean Paul Gaultier launched the Junior Gaultier line in 1988. It was designed as a lower-priced range aimed at the youth market. The Junior Gaultier label was replaced in 1994 with JPG by Gaultier, a unisex collection.

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Junior Gaultier Denim Jacket with Metal Panels. c.1992

Dark denim jacket with two chest pockets with flaps and shank buttons. Non-Stretch 100% cotton heavyweight denim.The jacket fastens with five metal Junior Gaultier branded shank buttons. Four large metal plates are riveted to the front of the jacket following the seam lines of the two front chest pockets. Side hem adjusters to the rear.
Country of Design: France
Country of Manufacture: Italy

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Cotton and Metal

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D.JG.17 - 2016

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