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Two Kansai Yamamoto Jackets, 1970-80s
Item Details
Description
Two Kansai Yamamoto Jackets, 1970-80s

This lot includes two jackets.

THE FIRST
Beige linen canvas zip up sleeveless jacket with two front flaps and two bottom flaps extending beyond the hem on the front and back, cut out sides, a draw string waist, and a faux fur and embroidered lion applique across the back.
Label: Yamamoto / Kansai
Size Label: Unlabeled
Style/Serial No.: N/A

Approximate Measurements:
Shoulders: 20.25"
Chest: 41.25"
Waist: 40.75"
Hips: 43"
Length (high shoulder point to hem): 31"

THE SECOND
Black cotton jersey knit belted jacket with a lion printed on the front and back, Japanese and English text print on the front, back, and shoulders, front snap closures, two front flap pockets, and red quilted interior.
Label: Kansai Yamamoto
Size Label: Unlabeled
Style/Serial No.: N/A

Approximate Measurements:
Shoulders: 23"
Chest: 47.5"
Waist: 45.75"
Hips: 47"
Length (high shoulder point to hem): 30.25"
Sleeve (center back neck to hem): 37.25"
Property from the Collection of Countess Anita von Galen
This lot is one of sixty-seven in this auction from Countess Anita von Galen, a German aristocrat and socialite known for her avant-garde sense of style and brilliant entertaining. Over the years, the Countess von Galen has used her visionary eye and a penchant for unique silhouettes to build an extraordinary collection of haute couture. She considered Hubert de Givenchy (Lots 1-18) and his partner, Philippe Venet, also a couturier (Lots 19-20), close friends, with Givenchy designing the baptismal gown (Lot 1) for her only son, Ferdinand Otto von Galen. Beyond her friendship with the couple, Countess von Galen was an ardent supporter of emerging, avant-garde designers including Pierre Cardin (Lots 25-48), Kansai Yamamoto (Lots 61-62), and Yohji Yamamoto (Lot 63).
Condition
Condition:THE FIRSTThe overall condition is very good though there are no visible marks but slight piling throughout the garment and a few pulled threads. THE SECONDThe overall condition is very good though the neckline appears to have been altered from its original design making it a clean neckline using hand stitching.Everything is sold 'As Is'. The stated overall condition of the lot is based on the assumption that the wear is consistent with age and use. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. All other condition issues are stated above. To request additional working condition photos, please email us with the lot number. Condition is a matter of opinion of the evaluator and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Clients must review and agree to the Conditions of Sale before participating in an auction.
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Two Kansai Yamamoto Jackets, 1970-80s

Estimate $300 - $500
Jun 02, 2022
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Starting Price $150
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0062: Two Kansai Yamamoto Jackets, 1970-80s

Sold for $850
21 Bids
Est. $300 - $500Starting Price $150
Summer Fashion & Accessories
Jun 02, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0062 Details

Description
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Two Kansai Yamamoto Jackets, 1970-80s

This lot includes two jackets.

THE FIRST
Beige linen canvas zip up sleeveless jacket with two front flaps and two bottom flaps extending beyond the hem on the front and back, cut out sides, a draw string waist, and a faux fur and embroidered lion applique across the back.
Label: Yamamoto / Kansai
Size Label: Unlabeled
Style/Serial No.: N/A

Approximate Measurements:
Shoulders: 20.25"
Chest: 41.25"
Waist: 40.75"
Hips: 43"
Length (high shoulder point to hem): 31"

THE SECOND
Black cotton jersey knit belted jacket with a lion printed on the front and back, Japanese and English text print on the front, back, and shoulders, front snap closures, two front flap pockets, and red quilted interior.
Label: Kansai Yamamoto
Size Label: Unlabeled
Style/Serial No.: N/A

Approximate Measurements:
Shoulders: 23"
Chest: 47.5"
Waist: 45.75"
Hips: 47"
Length (high shoulder point to hem): 30.25"
Sleeve (center back neck to hem): 37.25"
Property from the Collection of Countess Anita von Galen
This lot is one of sixty-seven in this auction from Countess Anita von Galen, a German aristocrat and socialite known for her avant-garde sense of style and brilliant entertaining. Over the years, the Countess von Galen has used her visionary eye and a penchant for unique silhouettes to build an extraordinary collection of haute couture. She considered Hubert de Givenchy (Lots 1-18) and his partner, Philippe Venet, also a couturier (Lots 19-20), close friends, with Givenchy designing the baptismal gown (Lot 1) for her only son, Ferdinand Otto von Galen. Beyond her friendship with the couple, Countess von Galen was an ardent supporter of emerging, avant-garde designers including Pierre Cardin (Lots 25-48), Kansai Yamamoto (Lots 61-62), and Yohji Yamamoto (Lot 63).
Condition
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Condition:THE FIRSTThe overall condition is very good though there are no visible marks but slight piling throughout the garment and a few pulled threads. THE SECONDThe overall condition is very good though the neckline appears to have been altered from its original design making it a clean neckline using hand stitching.Everything is sold 'As Is'. The stated overall condition of the lot is based on the assumption that the wear is consistent with age and use. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. All other condition issues are stated above. To request additional working condition photos, please email us with the lot number. Condition is a matter of opinion of the evaluator and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Clients must review and agree to the Conditions of Sale before participating in an auction.

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