Balmain
Tuxedo Jacket, Ivory

Highlights

Long, lean, and fresh, this Balmain tuxedo jacket completes a range of looks from motorcycle pants and basic denim to office apparel and cocktail dresses. We recommend styling as Decarnin did for the runway: unbuttoned, with sleeves rolled up and pushed up to the elbow.
  • Look 19 from the Balmain Spring 2011 runway.
  • Ivory crepe.
  • Shawl collar; one-button front.
  • Flap pockets at low waist.
  • Long sleeves roll up to reveal satin lining.
  • Long, straight fit extends past hip.
  • Back vent for ease of movement.
  • Wool.
  • Made in France.

Designer

About Balmain:
The House of Balmain was founded by French couturier Pierre Balmain in 1945. For decades, the label was known for glamorous, beautiful gowns and daywear. Today, under the direction of Christophe Decarnin, Balmain has evolved into the edgier side of couture, with designs that exhibit a distinctly downtown vibe. The Balmain street-chic touch extends to its handbag and shoe collections (which add a refreshing pop of attitude, especially when worn with lady-like looks).

Balmain
Tuxedo Jacket, Ivory

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