1950s Fashion, Fashion Designers, Fashion History, Fashion Icons

The Little Black Jacket

First debuted in 1954 by French fashion designer, Coco Chanel, THE Little Black Jacket has evolved over the years but its signature features remain –> a boxy jacket made of bouclé (a fuzzy looped yarn wool) or tweed fabric, braided trim, two or four pockets, a gold chain placed along the inside bottom edge, fully lined and quilted with silk charmeuse, with or without the double “C” logo buttons, and 2-part or 3-part sleeves attached to armholes by hand stitching.

“There are things in fashion that never go out of style: jeans, a white t-shirt and a Chanel Jacket.” – Karl Lagerfeld, Head Creative Director of the fashion house Chanel

Do you have an original Chanel Jacket?  Could a “copy” of the Couture French Jacket fit into your wardrobe?  Share a post in the comments for a special offer from Lucia & Marie™.

 

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