Junya Watanabe <br> Plaid Boiled Wool Shirt Jacket
Junya Watanabe <br> Plaid Boiled Wool Shirt Jacket
Junya Watanabe <br> Plaid Boiled Wool Shirt Jacket
Junya Watanabe <br> Plaid Boiled Wool Shirt Jacket
Junya Watanabe <br> Plaid Boiled Wool Shirt Jacket
Junya Watanabe <br> Plaid Boiled Wool Shirt Jacket

Junya Watanabe
Plaid Boiled Wool Shirt Jacket

Junya Watanabe plaid boiled wool shirt jacket from the 1994 Autumn/Winter collection. It features shrunken boiled wool fabric with a plaid design and oversized black buttons.

Size — Free
Shoulder — 37 cm
Chest — 42 cm
Sleeve — 42 cm
Length — 50 cm

Material — 100% Wool
Care — Do not bleach, Do not iron, Dry clean only
Country of Manufacture — Japan
Year of Manufacture — AD 1994

Please note — dot COMME’s collection is pre owned and therefore may have a degree of wear.

Designer — Junya Watanabe is acknowledged as a master of his craft in Japan, as well as by many aboard. Originally a protege of Rei Kawakubo, he began working at the COMME des GARÇONS fashion house as soon as he graduated from the Bunka Fashion Institute in 1984 and in 1993 was granted his own ‘Junya Watanabe’ women’s line under the COMME des GARÇONS label. Renowned for his intricate designs, he has been called ‘the greatest technical master working in contemporary fashion’. Since 2002 he has also run his highly acclaimed MAN menswear line which is the essence of modern street cool.