Fur Collar Wool Jacket 2002 "Nowhere Man Collection"
Part of "Nowhere Man Collection" 2002 - Honoring George Harrison from the Beatles.
Number (N)ine’s fall 2002 collection continued a fast-developing trend of Takahiro Miyashita titling his work after songs, with “Nowhere Man” being a track from the Beatles’ classic album “Rubber Soul.” Despite the Liverpool origins of the title, it was among his first explorations of Western Americana, which would evolve into an ever-present theme across his work. The runway presentation was held in a dimly lit ballroom with the guests seated at café-style tables draped with white cloth. Models were backdropped by classic songs from the Beatles guitarist, including “My Sweet Lord” and “Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp.”
Condition: Pre-owned, excellent
Fabric: 100% Wool / 100% Fur Collar
Pit to pit: 20"
Top to bottom: 27"
Sleeve outseam: 26"