Details The Dame was calling for a sexual liberation before it was en vogue. A standout collection in Westwoods 90s oeuvre Spring Summer 1992 “Salon” featured a mix of her new luxurious aesthetic while at the same time keeping everything intact that made her designs subversive and unique. Androgynous models filled the runway with silk pinstriped suits, billowy dresses, skimpy skirts and jeans made out of fleece for an unkempt look. Francois Boucher’s paintings also made an appearance from denim jackets to corsets and various accessories, Westwood channeled the pastoral aesthetic of the Rococo artist. A piece synonymous with the collection this printed denim jacket features a salon print throughout the entirety of the garment, zip-up closure, side pockets and the classic Saturn-Orb hardware on the back. The jackets pattern is based on a Lee 91-B style trucker jacket. A piece that was synonymous with American workwear and style, Vivienne imbues her own luxury aesthetic and creates something entirely unique.
Size + Fit Marked size Large fits true to size Large (please refer to measurements). 19.5 inch shoulder width 22.5 inch chest width 22.5 inch total length