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Ann Demeulemeester Asymmetric Coat AW2011 Medium

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by nekrophile, Apr 22, 2012.

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  1. nekrophile

    nekrophile Well-Known Member

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    Ann Demeulemeester Asymmetric Coat AW2011
    Color: Navy Blue
    Size: M
    Condition: NEW

    Measurements:
    Shoulders: 18"
    Chest (pit to pit): 20.5"
    Sleeves: 25.5"
    Length: 33" (back), 36" (front)

    This is a mid-length coat from Ann Demeulemeester's AW2011 collection. The outer shell is a blend of wool, linen, and nylon and is quite thin and lightweight, perfect for spring.

    I bought this new several months ago but have decided it's not really working for me anymore. The color is a dark navy blue but could also pass for black. The interior is fully lined in a yellow/gold rayon. It has never been worn other than trying it on several times. In the interest of full disclosure, I did have my tailor shorten the sleeves as they were very long previously.

    This same coat is currently selling on YOOX and L'Eclaireur for $860 and $1031 respectively.

    $575->$495 CONUS shipping and PayPal fees included.


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