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Gianfranco Ferre FIGHT Blazer


What to expect from one of the most decadent designers out there? Otherwise known as the architect of fashion, Ferre not only managed to bring his own namesake to the forefront of fashion from the 70s onwards, but was asked by Bernard Arnault to become Stylistic Director of Christian Dior. He drew inspiration from timelessness and was repulsed by trends and gimmicks, leading to a diversity of styles he introduced in his art: from luxurious all-over prints to functional clothing with wholesome pockets. This piece in itself is an ode to winning. From where I come from, Thai boxers was all about athletic performance that differed very little from art itself in Muay Thai. Not only did you train to win, you danced a ritual before any competition. Its extent of beauty was usually a good indicator of your athletic prowess because it demonstrated your focus and clarity. Needless to say, this is a champion’s blazer. Composed of a collage between 2d and 3d, the vibrant colours and its satin sheen is amplified by the huge etching of two wrestling men at the back dramatically rendered with chiaroscuro. The inside is decked with three pockets because it is

67% Silk

33% Wool

Three Button Closure

All-Over Print

Three Inner Pockets

Shoulder Padded

Marked a size IT48

P2P: 54 cm

Length: 78 cm

Outseam Sleeve Length: 59 cm

Inseam Sleeve Length: 39 cm

This piece is new and comes with its original tag. However, there are little faint holes on the back that is very much invisible unless scrutinised, see the close up pic

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