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Carol Christian Poell

Object Dyed Lined Scarstitch Leather Jacket

Object Dyed Lined Scarstitch Leather Jacket

Regular price £4,325.00
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MODEL: LM/2498
COLOUR: 33 (Grey)
MATERIAL: ROOMS-PTC (100% Kangaroo Leather)

Carol Christian Poell Object Dyed Lined Scarstitch Leather Jacket, a model LM/2498, meticulously crafted from 100% kangaroo leather. The unique ROOMS-PTC material lends a distinctive feel and resilience making this an year-round piece.

This jacket has undergone an object dyeing process, imparting it with a rich, uniquely varied color. The variations in hue enhance the natural grain and texture of the kangaroo leather, emphasizing its raw beauty and authenticity.

The jacket's standout feature is its scarstitch detailing, a hallmark of CCP's innovative design ethos. This intricate stitch work not only accentuates the jacket's construction but also adds a layer of visual interest to the overall aesthetic.

More than just a jacket - it's a testament to Carol Christian Poell's commitment to innovative design, exceptional craftsmanship, and the highest quality materials.

Handmade in Italy.


We ship worldwide using premium providers. Orders are shipped and delivered Mon - Fri.

 Region Cost
 United Kingdom £10.00
 Mainland Europe £30.00
 USA £35.00
 Asia and Middle East £35.00
 Australia & New Zealand  £35.00
 South America £35.00

About the Designer

Carol Christian Poell

Carol Christian Poell is an avant-garde fashion designer from Austria who studied fashion design in Italy before creating and producing his collections in Milan. Known for his complex use of materials and unique construction techniques, Poell debuted his first collection in 1995. Over the years, he has become a leading figure in the avant-garde fashion world, thanks to his artistic talent and extravagant installations. His latest collection, 2010 IN-BETWEEN, is a study of form, texture, and construction methods.


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