Giorgio Armani | FD83

Vintage Armani Jacket, Grey Wool, Milano Borgonuovo 21 Black Label, Size 48

Sleek Armani jacket.
Approx. Size:  Small, but please check measurements below
Condition: Very Good
Mark/Label: Giorgio Armani A Milano Borgonuovo 21, Vestimenta SPA,...
  • Sleek Armani jacket.
    Approx. Size:  Small, but please check measurements below
    Condition: Very Good
    Mark/Label: Giorgio Armani A Milano Borgonuovo 21, Vestimenta SPA, Made in Italy

    Get it before it's gone.

    • Sensational 1990s Armani Jacket in striated gray wool.
    • Unique front design with a high front collar that zips up from the waist and is open below in a cutaway style.
    • Two fake pockets. Gray rayon lining, lightly padded shoulders. Made in Italy.
    • This probably went with a pair of matching pants.
    • Dress it up over a dark skirt or pair with jeans as we have shown here.
    • Label size 48 but please check sizing below. 

    The Borgonuovo or "black label" is Armani's most expensive line. Vestimenta SPA was the Italian manufacturer.

    Approximate Measurements Taken Flat (cm):
    Shoulders: 16" (40.5)
    Bust: 19" (48)
    Waist: 18.5" (47)
    Hip: 23" (58)
    Length – Center Back: 29” (73.5)
    Sleeve Length: 22.5” (56)
    Wrist: 5.5" (14)
    Zipper Length: 16" (40.5)

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    Today’s sizes have very little correlation to clothing size labels from past decades.   Over the past 20+ years designers and manufacturers have fed our egos by making standard size numbers smaller and smaller. Back in the 1960s there was no size 0.  The smallest size was a 6. Plus today’s men and women are fitter, taller and have much more muscle tone of than people of earlier eras. Even today‘s undergarments make a difference. Today’s woman isn’t corseted, girdled or wearing a stiff bra. So even the thinnest of people sometimes have trouble with vintage sizing.


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