This stunning black coat has amazing style lines fabrication. It was designed by Evan-Picone in the late 1970's - early 1980's of 100% pure worsted wool. The interior is fully lined making it easy to slip on and off over layers. It was never worn and has all of it's original tags including the original pure wool / woolmark registered fabric certification tag and the retail tag which is priced at $215. It would look amazing with a casual outfit but can also be dressed up and used with formal wear. It has two front pockets and the most amazing seam work / pleating at the waistline. It has large thread loops at the side seam to hold your belt of choice in place, but it also looks fabulous with no belt. It has long sleeves and is long in length. It has it's original tag in the neckline as well as a ILGWU union tag in the side seam.
Excellent unworn condition with all original tags still attached.
Total length - 44"
Sleeve length (neckline to hem) - 30"
Bust (pit to pit flat) - 19"
Waist (flat) - 16"
Hips (flat) - 20 1/2"
About designer: Evan-Picone was formed in 1949 as a partnership between Charles Evans & Joseph Picone. Their first product was a fly-front skirt. It was a success so they added ladies pants as well. By the 60s they were a major manufacturer of sportswear. They produced the wardrobe for Mary Tyler Moore in her 70s television program. In the 80s Evan-Picone’s focus changed from sportswear to clothing for the career woman.
This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Los Angeles, CA.
Material: Satin & wool