Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants
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Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants

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Comme des Garçons 1990’s Asymmetric sweater-jacket & Drop-crotch pants

The jacket ties in front with a diagonal zipper and has a draped collar.

Size label reads M but the jacket has a very small fit (36 EU)

Pants fit 36 EU

Very good condition

In Magda's words:

“In the 90s I turned to the Japanese for their designs. Always ingenious and complex, never ordinary. Japan is a country of extremes. Facing the traditional dress and women who go to work in good blue suits, I discovered a world of spectacular clothing and hairstyles while going out. I also felt experimental and contrarian when I found out about Japanese designers in the 1990s. They made their own fabrics. I once bought a skirt in boiled wool. Boiling wool is the last thing you should do with the delicate fabric, so of course it tore in no time — in my case while climbing a ladder — but it didn't matter because the concept was so great.

Just as Belgians like Ann (Demeulemeester) and Dries (Van Noten) once amazed me, the Japanese blew my socks off.”

Remark about the photographs: In the pictures, the model is wearing the jacket off-shoulder, but the jacket can be zipped completely until the neck.