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Carol Christian Poell

Object Dyed Lined Scarstitch Leather Jacket

Object Dyed Lined Scarstitch Leather Jacket

Regular price £4,250.00
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MODEL: LM/2498
MATERIAL: CORS-PTC (100% Horse Leather)

Embrace the exceptional craftsmanship and innovative design of Carol Christian Poell with the Object Dyed Lined Scarstitch Leather Jacket. This model, LM/2498, is made from 100% horse leather, a material renowned for its durability and elegant texture.

Using the unique CORS-PTC material, this jacket features an object dyeing process, lending it a uniquely varied grey hue that beautifully highlights the natural grain of the horse leather. This process creates color variations that give each jacket its own distinctive character.

The standout detail of this piece is its scarstitch detailing - a signature element of CCP’s work. This intricate stitchwork not only reinforces the jacket's structure but also adds a unique visual interest to its overall aesthetic.

Carol Christian Poell's designs are known for their blend of artistry and craftsmanship, and this jacket is no exception. Each piece speaks to the brand's dedication to quality and innovative design.

Handmade in Italy.


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

Region Cost
United Kingdom £10.00
Mainland Europe £40.00
USA £45.00
Asia and Middle East £45.00
Australia & New Zealand  £45.00
Rest Of World £45.00

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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