KATHARINE HAMNETT Black Jacket L
The jacket you are about to buy is a historic piece designed by Britain’s fashion legend of the early ‘80s. Katharine Hamnett – the woman involved in the youth movement of anti-war, anti-nuke, pro-environmental fashion — and a supporter of gay rights during the early days of AIDS. Pioneer of ethical fashion. In the beginning of 1989, with research showing pesticide poisoning in cotton-growing regions, and sweatshop labour, she began lobbying for major changes in the way the industry operated. After disappointment with the results, Hamnett terminated most of her licensing arrangements, and in 2005 relaunched her line under stricter ethical guidelines, including manufacturing and agricultural practices. This jacket was also created in the spirit of these values. It’s brand new, made of delicate cotton. Detailed with three handy patch pockets and one inner pocket. Comes with set of spare buttons..
Shoulders xx cm
Chest xx cm
Sleeves xx cm
Length xx cm
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