Katharine Hamnett 90s Chainlink Pattern Corduroy Worker Jacket


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Katharine Hamnett is a British fashion designer known for her political activism and her use of slogans on clothing. She gained significant recognition in the 1980s for her oversized t-shirts and clothing featuring bold, statement-making messages and graphics, often conveying social and political messages. In later stage she incorporated natural fibers in her work for sustainability reasons and started to make lots of military referenced garments like the piece we are selling today!

100% Cotton

Corduroy Fabric

Eggplant Colorway

Worker Cropped Silhouette

Chain Link Pattern All-over

Two Zipped Side Pockets

One Inner Slip Pocket

Adjustable At Hem Via Buttons

Silver Hardware

From The 90s

Made In Japan

Size: Medium – Fits True To Size (Please Refer To Measurements)

P2P: 52cm

Shoulders: 45cm

Length: 60cm

Outseam Sleeve Length: 61cm

Inseam Sleeve Length: 47cm

Condition: B

This is in an a good condition with normal signs of wear such as minor fading around the neckline and cuffs.