Rugged Wrangler denim vest. The sherpa lining adds extra warmth. Approx. Size: Small to Medium, but please check measurements below Condition: Vest is in good shape. Mark/Label: Wrangler Outerwear One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it's gone.
Denim vest by Wrangler.
Med blue wash.
Sherpa (faux shearling)
Brown fabric topped denim collar.
Front breast button pockets.
5 front metal buttons.
Adjustable side tabs with two more buttons.
100% cotton denim.
Sherpa is 50% rayon 50% acrylic.
Label size S.
Machine wash cold, hang dry.
Approximate Measurements Taken Flat (cm): Shoulders: 18" (45.5) Bust: 19.5" (50) Hip: 19" (48) Length – Center Back: 23” (58.5)
Every gal needs a little leopard in her life. Approx. Size: Small to Medium, but please check measurements below Condition: Vest is in good shape. Small repair of separated weave middle back. Mark/Label: Made in China, Label size large. One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it's gone.
Luscious faux leopard fur vest.
Tan, brown and black.
Two front pockets.
Front metal zipper opens completely.
100% acrylic. http://bit.ly/2GkuA50
Approximate Measurements Taken Flat (cm0: Shoulders: 16" (40.5) Bust: 19" (48) Hip: 21" (53) Length – Center Back: 21” (53)
Wool coat with tan fox fur collar. Approx. Size: Medium, but please see measurements below. Condition: Very Good. Mark/Label: Townley Muse's, Forstmann Stevens Fabrics, Union Label One of a kind - Buy Now.
1960s medium gray wool coat.
The fabric weave has an interesting puckered effect.
Unique double collar design with wool stand up collar beneath the fox fur.
Townley was a high-fashion brand from the Muse's Department Store headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Both new designs and copies of Paris fashions were produced under this label. Forstmann-Stevens was a merger of the J.P. Stevens and Fortsmann mills in 1957. They made specialty wool fabric but not the finished garments.
Wool and acrylic lining make this jacket a great bet for cold and windy weather. Approx. Size: Medium, but please see measurements below. Condition: Very Good. This coat is slightly stiff but may loosen up when worn. Mark/Label: Made in Korea. RN# 63715 indicates this was made for Marlynn, Akron Ohio, label size large. One of a kind - Buy Now.
1970s suede jacket.
Navy suede collar.
Wide color block stripes in rust, green, gold, and navy blue.
Warmth & style in this heavy winter coat. Approx. Size: Medium, but please see measurements below. Condition: Very Good. This coat is slightly stiff but may loosen up when worn. Mark/Label: Label has been removed but probably was made by Item House. One of a kind - Buy Now.
A heavy winter coat in black Persian lamb
The wide collar that may be pulled up to ward off the wind.
Four black plastic buttons plus one extra sewn in the lining.
Sophisticated mid-century take on the princess style coat. Approx. Size: Small see measurements below. Condition: Very Good, no tears or rips in the lace. Mark/Label: Printzess by Printz One of a kind - Buy Now
Navy wool coat in a classic mid-century princess design.
Curved decorative patch pockets.
Two large buttons, one of the buttons from the inside and is not visible
Flattering "just below the knee" length.
A princess coat is one that flares from a fitted waist.
Our model is 5' 6" and wears a modern dress size of 4-6.
Approximate Measurements Taken Flat (cm): Shoulders: 16.5" (42) Bust: 18" (45.5) (open jacket so can go slightly larger) Waist: 15" (38) Hip: 20" (51) Length – Center Back: 45” (114) Sleeve Length: 22.5” (57) Wrist: 5" (12.5)
Printz-Biderman Co., one of the oldest American manufacturers of women's apparel, was organized in Dec. 1893 by master tailor Moritz Printz. A native of Austria, Printz came to Cleveland in 1872 to work for his brother-in-law, cloak manufacturer David Black. The head designer for D. Black & Co., Printz stayed in Cleveland when Black moved his company to New York in 1894. The company merged with H. Black & Co. in 122. By 1933 it had sales offices in New York, Boston, and Chicago in addition to Cleveland. Max Reiter, a co-founder of Ritmore Sportswear Co., took over Printz-Biederman in 1954 at a time when the company employed over 1,000 workers with annual sales of $8 million. The company experienced a decline in sales starting in the 1960s and closed in 1978.
This cardigan is the real deal for cold weather cool. Approx. Size: Please check measurements below Condition: Very good, beading is intact. One small stain on the lining. Not noticeable when worn. Mark/Label: Cavanagh's St. Thomas Virgin Islands One of kind - Get it before it's gone
Authentic First Nations Cowchin Cardigan Sweater.
Front metal zipper closure.
Cream, Tan and Brown with a Thunderbird design.
Ribbed wrists and bottom.
100% raw wool.
Heavy sweater for extremely cold weather.
Handwash, lay flat to dry.
The Cowichan sweater is a garment created in North America with a distinctly patterned design knitted out of bulky-weighted yarn. It originated during the 19th century among the Cowichan, a Coast Salish people, British Columbia. Each sweater has a unique design, thickness, size, and shape. All of the sweaters are made from bulky home-spun wool that is unprocessed — one of the key features that distinguish a genuine from an imitation. All sweaters are knit in a tubular fashion using two or three natural wool colors, including white, blackish-brown and grey. They also include a shawl-style collar and a v-neck with extra folded fabric on the back of the neck.
The Thunderbird is a mythical creature that is said to be the dominating force of nature.
This lightweight trench coat from Donna Karan is perfect for spring Approx. Size - Label size 4, but please check measurements below Condition: Coat is in very good shape. Original belt is missing Mark/Label: DKNY
One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone.
Lightweight cotton trench coat in tan.
Straight lines, notch collar and two large patch pockets.
Lime green topstitching on sleeves and around buttonholes.
Five button front. Back closed vent with decorative button closure.
Decorative storm flaps on each side plus in the back.
Two large belt loops.
Original belt is missing so remove the loops or add your own belt in a bright spring color.
Beautiful and sophisticated trench coat in dark salmon pink Ultrasuede
Approx. Size - Small. but please check measurements below
Condition: Very good. Very minor wear commensurate with age. Please note: Two buttons were missing from the front of the coat. There was one button as decoration at the bottom of each sleeve. They were relocated to replace the front buttons. Very slight imprint and a small hole on sleeves where the buttons were previously located. See the final photo.
Mark/Label: Ultra Suede Brand Fabric, Union Label
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Beautiful vintage trench coat in salmon pink Ultrasuede.
Front angled slash pockets.
Cool pink and brown plastic buttons.
Unique three piece matching belt that buttons at each side.
Pink acetate lining.
Note: Ultrasuede pieces need to be cleaned by a specialty dry cleaners. Use clothes brush for dirt and dust.
Dynamite Halston trench in a very dark cranberry red ultra suede Approx. Size - Small. but please check measurements below Condition: Very good. Minor wear commensurate with age Mark/Label: Halston One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone
1970s cranberry red trench coat in Ultrasuede by Halston. Matching belt, seven button front plus two 2 button cuffs with button placket. In-line pockets, one on each side.. Unlined. Note: Ultra suede pieces need to be cleaned by a specialty dry cleaners. Use clothes brush for dirt and dust.
Sophisticated long coat dress in a tan ultra suede Bill Blass Approx. Size - Label size 10, but please check measurements below Condition: Very good. Minor wear commensurate with age Mark/Label: Blassport Ultrasuede Fabric One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it’s gone
Tan Ultrasuede coat dress by Bill Blass.
Rounded collar with tone-on-tone topstitching.
Seven button front plus two 2 button cuffs.
11 plastic buttons on the front.
This piece works great as a spring dress or year round as a coat over jeans.
Note: Ultra suede pieces need to be cleaned by a specialty dry cleaners. Use clothes brush for dirt and dust.
Own the room in this sophisticated opera coat from Carson Pirie Scott, Chicago. Approx. Size: Small Condition: Coat is in very good shape overall. Fabric has been repaired around the buttons. Mark/Label: Carson Pirie Scott One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it's gone.
Full length vintage opera coat in luxurious black velvet. Long coat hangs drapes from gathered shoulders. Open coat style with two large black art deco buttons at the top. Shoulder pads. Cream silk lining. Fab art deco CPS label.
This vest will quickly become a wardrobe staple Approx. Size: Small, but please check measurements below Condition: Vest is in good shape. Small repair of separated weave middle back. Mark/Label: None One of a kind vintage item. Get it before it's gone.
Thick, nubby hand-knit vintage vest.
In tones of brown, orange, rust, green and gold.
Two front pockets.
Four leather covered buttons in front.
Slightly fitted at the waist when buttoned.
Fabulous long vest in classic 1970s style.
Approximate Measurements Taken Flat: Shoulders: 18" (45.5 cm) Bust: 21" (53 cm) (if worn open can go larger slightly) Hip: 22" (56 cm) Length – Center Back: 28” (71 cm)
This opera coat is timeless, the jumpsuit is totally 80s chic. Approx. Size: - Coat- Fits Most, Jumpsuit - Small. Please see measurements below Condition: Very good, one faint stain on the bottom rear of coat. Not noticeable when worn. Mark/Label: Geoffrey Beene One of a kind - Get it before it's gone
Sensational reversible satin opera coat with matching black knit and satin jumpsuit from famed designer Geoffrey Beene. Open opera coat is absolutely stunning. One side is plain black Reverses to chartreuse and blue color block. Sleeves can be cuffed to show the alternate color. The coat has a double-sided medallion in blue and green that are top stitched in a coiled effect.
Jumpsuits are back in style and this one is a 1980s classic. Scoop neck bodice and sleeves are in black knit jersey. The bottom is a balloon pant style in black satin with chartreuse and teal polka dots that match the coat. Front zipper with hook and eye at neck. Rolled hem. The jumpsuit is so 80s, the coat is timeless.
Geoffrey Beene, born in Louisiana in 1927. After dropping out of medical school he moved to Los Angles and studied fashion design. He later studied in New York City and Paris. He founded his firm, Geoffrey Beene, Inc., in New York City in 1963. A year later, he was awarded the Coty American Fashion Critics' Award, one of the most prestigious awards in the field of fashion. His first collection was featured on the cover of Vogue Magazine. Beene's clients included Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, Nancy Reagan, Faye Dunaway and Glenn Close.[ In 1968, he designed Lynda Bird Johnson’s wedding dress. Beene was known as both an innovator and a teacher. Several of his former apprentices such as Kay Unger and Alber Elbaz are now successful fashion designers.
Eunice Johnson founded the Ebony Fashion Fair (EFF) in 1958. Johnson was co-owner, with her husband, of Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Company, the publisher of Ebony Magazine. The annual fashion show featured male and female models of mostly African-American descent modeling fashions from top European designers such as Yves St Laurent, Oscar de la Renta, Pierre Cardin, Paco Rabanne, Givenchy, Jean Paul Gaultier, Valentino and Emanuel Ungaro. Johnson's aim was to bring high fashion couture to the African-American woman who often didn't have access to the best shops. Many African-American fashion designers got their start with the show including Stephen Burrows, Patrick Kelly, and Willi Smith. The EFF ended in 2009 after the death of Eunice Johnson. Since her passing, Johnson Publishing has been gradually deaccessioning the fashion archive. This collection from Madge includes some of the last pieces that will be made available.
Approximate Measurements Taken Flat: Opera Coat: One Size fits most Shoulders: 19" (48 cm) Length – Center Back: 60” (152 cm) Sleeve Length: 24” (63.5 cm)
Jumpsuit: Size Small Shoulders: 17" (43 cm) Bust: 15" (38 cm) Waist: 14" (35.5 cm) Hip: 22" (56 cm) Length – Center Back: 56" (142 cm) Sleeve Length: 23" (58 cm) Width of Pant at hem: 9" (23 cm) Front Zipper Length: 23" (58 cm)
Luxurious mink coat with coordinating mink hat Approx. Sizes: Stole measured flat: Length Center Back: 19" (48 cm); At widest: 51" (129.5 cm) Hat Size: 20.5" (52 cm); Outside Diameter: 10" (25.5 cm); Height of Crown: 4" (10 cm) Condition: Very good Mark/Label: On Stole: Autumn Haze Emba Natural Brown Mink On Hat: Winters Fashion, NYC
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Wide shawl collar is classic 1960s cocktail style. Light brown silk lining. Skins are in excellent shape.
EMBA, was a not-for-profit marketing association formed by mink farmers in 1942. In 1973 it bought the for-profit Seattle Fur Exchange Inc., in 1973. GLMA (Great Links Mink Association) promoted mink under the Blackglama brand, and in 1985 merged with EMBA to form the American Legend Cooperative.
Show off your favorite cocktail dress under this beautiful sheer lace evening coat Approx. Size: Medium, see measurements below. Condition: Good, no tears or rips in the lace. There is one area, bottom right front corner where the lace has slightly faded, please see the final photo. Not noticeable when worn. Mark/Label: None. One of a kind - Buy Now
Black lace cocktail jacket in a classic mid-century design.
Wide shawl collar that flows down into soft labels.
Flattering "just above the knee" length.
Would look amazing over something sleeveless as shown.
Please see condition report.
Approximate Measurements Taken Flat (cm): Shoulders: 17" (43) Bust: 21" (53) (open jacket so can go slightly larger) Waist: N/A Hip: 25" (63.5) Length – Center Back: 39” (99) Sleeve Length: 9” (22)
Muskrat love. Relive the glamorous days of 1950s style in this fabulous 3/4 length fur coat Approx. Size: Small, but please check measurements below Condition: Very good Mark/Label: None One of a Kind Vintage Item – Buy Now
Soft and luxurious muskrat fur dyed to look like mink. Rounded collar with dolman-style sleeves. One hook with fabric loop at neck and three locking metal hooks drown the front on those cold and blustery days. Pelts are perfectly matched and in a stunning zig zag pattern on the back. Tan silk lining. http://bit.ly/2lr5wf3
1930s Wild Mink Stole with a surprise on the back. Approx. Size: Length" 68" (172.5 cm), including longest tail of 8"; Width: 8" (20 cm) Condition: Pelts and lining are intact with no tears or rips. Several of the dangling tails have lost some of their sections and there are two loose pieces. My furrier says these cannot be reattached do to the dryness of the skins. Mark/Label: None One of a Kind Vintage Item – Buy Now
Our local furrier let us know that this stole is wild mink and is 70 - 80 years old. Wild minks are smaller than ranch minks so the individual pelts are more narrow. These dark brown pelts are perfectly matched dark brown pelts creating slightly darker striping.
In the middle of the back of the stole is a surprise, the head with glass eyes. Bakelite chain runs across the front and hooks into a loop on the other side. Brown silk crepe lining with small inside pocket. Please read the condition report.