* From the Fall 2002 Ready-to-Wear Collection
* A rare piece from Ford’s era at Gucci
* Soft, chunky knit with fox fur and braided ribbon trim
Lovers of vintage fashion rejoice: Spy has located what may be the last remaining Fox Fur Sweater Jacket from the Tom Ford era at Gucci. It’s in new condition, without tags. From the Fall 2002 Ready-to-Wear collection, this genuine fur jacket channels the rock n’ roll spirit that Ford developed for Gucci in the mid-1990s.
Soft, chunky knit yarn is ideal when the temperature drops, but the real reason you’ll love this cozy outer layer is the braided ribbon trim and genuine fox fur. Wear it with leggings and sneakers for a textural take on health goth, or go for dark romance with with a low cut top and silk pants. You’ll find plenty of ways to wear this jacket-shawl hybrid.
The jacket is guaranteed authentic, unused and unworn. Handmade by the most experienced couturiers in the world, this is a true luxury piece for the fashion lover and collector.
Ford’s leadership at Gucci spanned from 1990, when he was hired as chief women’s ready-to-wear designer, through 2004 when he and CEO Domenico de Sole finally left the company. During his tenure, the brand went from near bankruptcy to having a market value of $10 billion. He launched his own eponymous line in 2006.
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