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RAF SIMONS

“Confusion” Corduroy Coat
AW2000



DESCRIPTION

Nylon lined charcoal grey coat with two front pockets, and two inner pockets. The corduroy, which spans the entire coat, is thick and soft to the touch.


CONDITION

Good condition. Please see photos for full evaluation.

SIZE / MEASUREMENTS

Size: 48
Pit to Pit: 20 Inches
Length: 44 Inches
Sleeve Length: 27 Inches



COVERAGE

Born in a small town in the mid 90s Belgium, Raf Simons was brought forth into a time of antagonism, while the country was in socio-political foment. His mother was a house cleaner, and his father was a night watchman. America’s post-war youth culture had yet to reach inner Europe; hence, in the absence of cultural happenings, Simons spent most of his days at a music shop, immersing himself in Kraftwerk’s works Sonic Youth, Joy Division, and Black Flag. A non-conformist by nature, he often sewed patches of his favorite bands onto his clothes, much to the dismay of his teachers. His father, Jack Simons, lived a life of regimentation, upholding a standard expected of uniform men. Simons’ clothes are a rejection of such, free of any restrictions - silhouettes big or small - depending on the emotions and attitude that they are intended to invoke in the wearer.










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