Maison Gabriel Paris

Picciotto Spencer : navy blue wool flannel

This jacket originates in the 18th century when Lord George Spencer, ancestor of Lady Diana, burned his tailcoat by warming himself too close to the fireplace. By cutting the two sides, he invented the Spencer, which inspired the Air Force in 1930.

Velvety on both sides, wool flannel is soft, warm, resistant, and fluid.

This fabric enhances the cut of this legendary jacket.

Wear yours with jeans for a casual style or high-waisted pants, a silhouette that Romain Gary embodies, a famous french writer.

Short jacket
Perfecto Collar
Removable multi-coloured decoration - attaching like a pin
Hidden throat
Three fabric-covered buttons
Two chest pockets with flap
Two internal pockets
Back length: 62 centimetres
Adjustment belt at the back
Interior lining

The studio model wears a size 50, is 1m82 tall, and weighs 75 kilos.

100% wool.
Hardy Minnis fabric: 450 grams.

Trust the cleaning of this garment to specialised professional.

Delivery is free in Europe and the rest of the world from 100 euros of purchase.
You have a withdrawal period of 14 days to return your items (exchange or credit note).

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