Voyage 1990's one-of-a-kind white denim graffiti jacket with graffiti drawings on the sleeves, front and back reading "Paris", "London" and "songs" - or "gangs" "of Voyage" (disputed matter :p). Embellished with dispersed rhinestones.
Size 36 EU
The jacket has been drycleaned but the inside of the collar remains yellow. Not visible when worn.
Voyage, the brand
Founded by the Mazillis, dubbed “the Addams Family of fashion,” Voyage opened on Fulham Road in 1991 and quickly gained notoriety for its three- and four-digit priced wares and a door policy that rivaled that of Studio 54. (Lacking membership cards, Madonna and Naomi Campbell were both reportedly turned away.) Those who made it in—Kate Moss, Amber Valletta, and Linda Evangelista, who once declared, “I can’t survive without your clothes”—though, discovered a treasure trove of one-off velvet-trimmed camisoles, sheer slinky skirts dripping with beads, and chiffon gowns accented with rows of teeny-tiny pearls