Comme des Garçons Homme plus FW 1988 blue light wool blazer with flower collar


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A beautiful collector's item! This Comme des Garçons Homme Plus jacket is from the early years of the Homme Plus diffusion line, which is known to be the equivalent of the main women's line, in both it's eccentric aesthetics and and conceptual take on garments.

The jacket is made of a soft dark blue wool, with a floral printed collar and mock double buttoning. One breast pocket, and two front side pockets. The jacket is fully lined, with a straight fit and shoulder patches that emphasise a strong stature.

Size & composition label is missing but fits M to L

Measurements: shoulders 50cm, chest 58cm, length 76cm, sleeve 60cm

Condition: excellent

Here worn with a pair of cotton Paul Smith trousers, also available online

Comme des Garçons Homme Plus (launched 1984)

If Homme offers a downplayed, sleek menswear of the brand, Homme Plus turns it all the way up, matching the OG brand’s eccentric aesthetic. Launched 6 years after Homme, Homme Plus holds bi-annual runway shows that fall under the same conceptual umbrella as Kawakubo’s vision for the main line, making it, out of all the diffusion lines, the purest extraction of her genius mind’s work, acting more so as a menswear version of the main womenswear runway line and less of an affordable diffusion line. Disproportionate suits, pieces slashed and re-assembled as well as garments that look like they belong in a museum more so than anywhere else, Homme Plus is a testament to Kawakubo’s commitment to menswear, which she stated in 1995 was where lies “the basics of clothing”.

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