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KANSAI YAMAMOTO

Kansai Impact Leather Bomber
1980s

 

DESCRIPTION

Kansai’s designs and prints shared similarities with Asian art, often portraying two-dimensional bold graphics with rich and exuberant colors. The jacket is composed of sheep leather and features an embossed lion graphic on the back complimented by “Kansai The Impact” print throughout.

CONDITION

8/10 condition. Please see photos for full evaluation.

SIZE / MEASUREMENTS

Size Medium, Fits Medium
Pit to Pit: 24 Inches
Length: 25 Inches
Sleeve Length: 23 Inches

COVERAGE

Before Issey, Rei, and Yohji there was Kansai Yamamoto, an often overlooked and underrated Japanese fashion designer that was brought to the public eye when David Bowie commissioned the designer to create garments for him as Ziggy Stardust. His first showing debut was in London 1971, a full decade before Rei and Yohji, where he also gained attention from the likes of Elton John and Stevie Wonder and making him the first Japanese designer to show a collection in the fashion capital.










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