Stella McCartney Jacquard Jacket
  • Stella McCartney One-Button Snake-Print Blazer
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    Stella McCartneyOne-Button Snake-Print Blazer, Chamomile DetailsSnake-print jacquard.Contrast skinny lapels.One-button front.Long sleeves with vent cuffs.Welt pockets.Slim fit.Polyester/cotton/silk.Made in Italy.Model's measurements: Height 5'10.3"/179cm, bust 33"/84cm, hips 34"/87cm, dress size US 2/4.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Haider Ackermann Lloyd Jacquard Blazer
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    Tailored with a cool overhaul, Haider Ackermann adopts ingenious jacquard for a suave, utterly slick finish. Finished in stark black and pearl-toned silver, let your style status soar with sharp lines and a silken sensibility. Buttoned front. Welt pockets, back slit. 67% Silk, 33% Polyester. Lining: 55% Cotton, 45% Viscose. Lining II: 100% Cotton. Dry clean.
  • Stella McCartney Women's Half-Sleeve Dot Jacquard Jacket
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    Stella McCartneyHalf-Sleeve Dot Jacquard Jacket, PaperDetailsDotted jacquard.Skinny notched lapels; asymmetric one button front.Sharply structured shoulders; half sleeves.Welt pocket on left chest.Oversized fit.Cropped at the hip.Polyester/cotton/silk.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • THE ROW Women's Leaf Jacquard Jacket - Black (8/40)
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    THE ROWLeaf Jacquard JacketDetailsLeaf jacquard with panel detail.Shawl lapel; asymmetric button front.Sharp shoulders; long sleeves.Fitted silhouette.Flap pocket on right hip.Wool/silk/nylon/polyester.Made in USA of Italian materials.
  • MARNI Blazer
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    Jacket in natté jacquard. Unlined, long-sleeved jacket with frontal buttoning and flap-pockets, closed by a metal zipper. Wide, high lapel. 3 Buttons. Internal piping. Boxy-fitting silhouette without vents at the back. Composition: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyamide.
  • ERDEM Jacket
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    Jacquard. Plain weave. Floral design. Round collar. Strap detailing. Single chest pocket. Frogs. Zip. Lined interior. Long sleeves. Front closure. Composition: 94% Cotton, 6% Polyamide.
  • STELLA McCARTNEY Blazer
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    Composition: 100% Wool. Details: cotton twill, no appliqués, solid color, lapel collar, double-breasted, button closing, single chest pocket, multipockets, long sleeves, rear slit, lined interior.
  • Escada Women's Abstract-Print Blazer - Black/Blue (38/8)
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    EscadaAbstract-Print BlazerDetailsAbstract-print, crinkled crepe.Peaked lapels; two-button front.Structured shoulders; long sleeves.Fitted silhouette.Angled flap pockets.Hem hits past hips.Cotton/silk/viscose.Dry clean only.Imported.Designer About Escada:Margaretha and Wolfgang Ley debuted their company in the late 1970s, and named it for a racehorse that proved lucky for them: Escada. The German line soon established a reputation for distinctive, well-made clothes. Over the years, the collection expanded to include Escada Sport as well as accessories and fragrances. Today, design directors Karen Schoeller and Daniel Wingate guide the house of Escada into its next era.
  • Stella Mccartney June Jacket
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    Double breasted jacket in black halo dot jacquard. Masculine shape with a long length in the body and an oversized peaked lapel, six button fastening and flap pockets. Fully lined. Style with Stella McCartney Dorotea Trousers. 51% Wool, 33% Polyester, 16% Polyamide Dry clean only. True to size with a relaxed fit.
  • Rebecca Taylor Floral-Print Double-Breasted Jacket
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    Rebecca Taylor floral-print double-breasted twill jacket. Spread collar; peak lapels. Four-button front closure. Long sleeves. Chest welt pocket; flap pockets. Cropped at waist. Cupro/cotton/spandex; polyester lining; dry clean. Imported.
  • Stella McCartney Women's Melange Jacket With Split Back
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    Stella McCartneyMelange Jacket with Split Back, GrayDetailsWorsted wool blend jacket by Stella McCartney features split back.Skinny notched lapels; one-button front.Long sleeves.Boxy, tailored silhouette.Flap pockets.Wool/polyamide/spandex.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Stella McCartney Metallic Jacquard Bomber Jacket
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    Stella McCartney elevates the bomber jacket with this metallic snake-jacquard style. A cape-effect back panel streamlines the silhouette, giving it a dual appearance. Make it work for evening with relaxed-fitting tailoring and heels. Zipped front. Side pockets. 60% Polyester, 23% Cotton, 17% Silk. Details: 87% Cotton, 13% Elastane. Lining: 52% Viscose, 48% Cotton. Dry clean.
  • STELLA MCCARTNEY Airtex Bomber Jacket
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    Black Airtex bomber jacket with embroidered horse motif from Stella McCartney. Round neck leads to an exposed zip down front. Long sleeves with elastic ribbed cuffs. Horse motif embroidered across the back.
  • L'WREN SCOTT Floral-jacquard tailored jacket
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    It's the couture-like craftsmanship and meticulous detailing that really sets L'Wren Scott's designs apart. The bright yellow floral-jacquard render this piece an instant wardrobe updater – wear with tailored cocktail trousers to be sure to show off the exquisite fishtail hem.
  • Stella McCartney Mesh Bomber Jacket
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    No collection was complete this season without a bomber jacket. Stella McCartney wins the title for the most edgy version that's cut from cool neoprene mesh. Keep your street style credentials firmly in place by pairing with distressed boyfriend jeans and a block heel sandal. A neon clutch will inject a fresh touch. Zipped front. 100% Polyester. Material II: 68% Viscose, 32% Polyamide. Material III: 100% Cotton. Dry clean.
  • CARVEN Blazer
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    Composition: 52% Cotton, 32% Polyamide, 16% Silk. Details: crêpe, jacquard, solid color, no appliqués, lapel collar, single-breasted , 1 button, multipockets, long sleeves, slit cuffs, centre back vent, lined interior.
  • Stella Mccartney Elliott Jacket
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    Cropped tailored jacket in dogtooth black and white featuring a slim peaked lapel detachable with a two way silver zip. Sharp shoulders and front pockets. 98% Wool, 2% Elastane Dry clean only. True to size with a slim fit.
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  • MARTA FERRI Blazer
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    Composition: 78% Cotton, 22% Polyester. Details: plain weave, jacquard, checked design, no appliqués, round collar, single-breasted , hook-and-eye closure, no pockets, long sleeves, semi-lined interior.
  • STELLA McCARTNEY Blazer
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    Composition: 100% Wool. Details: flannel, no appliqués, two-tone pattern, lapel collar, single-breasted , button closing, single chest pocket, multipockets, long sleeves, buttoned cuffs, rear slit, lined interior.
  • TER ET BANTINE Full-length jacket
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    Detachable application. Plain weave. Jacquard. Prince of Wales design. Classic Neckline. External flap pockets. Button closing. Snap button closure. Unlined. Darts. Long sleeves. Front closure. Rear slit. Composition: 70% Linen, 30% Cotton.
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  • Stella McCartney Women's Double-Breasted Zip-Swirl Jacket
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    Stella McCartneyDouble-Breasted Zip-Swirl Jacket, MidnightDetailsWorsted wool blend jacket by Stella McCartney.Zip swirl detail around shoulders, down front.Skinny notched lapels; double-breasted button front.Long sleeves with vented cuffs.Boxy, tailored silhouette.Flap pockets.Wool/polyamide/spandex.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
  • Roberto Cavalli Stretch-Wool Blazer
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    Sharp evening dressing has never been easier in Roberto Cavalli's black tailored blazer. Trimmed with photo-like floral-print satin and finished with a chain-trimmed button fastening, this stretch-wool piece is a super chic choice. Buttoned front. Padded shoulders, button-detailed cuffs, breast and front flap pockets. Fully lined. 96% Wool, 4% Elastane. Material II: 100% Silk. Lining: 100% Silk. Lining II: 67% Viscose, 33% Polyester. Dry clean.
  • STELLA MCCARTNEY Squiggle Hooded Bomber Jacket
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    Black puffy bomber jacket with squiggle stitch detailing from Stella McCartney. Round neck leads to an exposed zip down front and press-stud neckline fastenings. Hood may be opened up with the use of the zipper. Long sleeves. Ribbed elastic cuffs and hemline Two side pockets. Fully lined. Dry clean only.
  • ASOS Blazer In Pastel Floral Jacquard
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    Blazer by ASOS Collection Made from a cotton-rich blend. Notched lapels. Asymmetric press stud closure. Zip pocket detail. Floral jacquard design. Regular fit.
  • Stella McCartney Quilted Jacket
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    Get your mannish swagger on with this Stella McCartney runway piece. Not your ordinary quilted jacket, it taps into the season's cocoon style comfort with an oversized, roundish fit. Dropped shoulders, ribbed cuffs and a ribbed hemline add a sports-luxe twist that the brand so effortlessly achieves. There's no escaping that squiggly line pattern that dominates this Fall collection and we're not complaining, it gives this jacket that extra edge. Zipped front. Side pockets. Fully lined. 100% Polyester. Material II: 52% Viscose, 48% Cotton. Details: 100% Wool. Filling: 100% Polyester. Dry clean.
  • Stella McCartney Women's Python Jacquard Blazer
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    Stella McCartneyPython Jacquard Blazer, BlackDetailsPython-patterned jacquard.Shawl lapels.Double-breasted button front.Long sleeves may be ruched, as shown.Welt pockets.Back vents.Viscose.Imported.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.
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