Dion Lee black wool-blend blazer Padded shoulders, notched lapels, elasticated boned waist insert, two front flap pockets, hook-fastening back split, back vent, fully lined Concealed hook fastenings through front 91% wool, 5% elastane, 4% polyamide; trim: 51% polyester, 36% polyamide, 13% elastane; lining: 48% viscose, 48% polyester, 4% elastane Dry clean Length shoulder to hem: 26 inches/ 66cm Midweight Semi-fitted style, fitted at the bust and waist Model is 5'10"/ 178cm and wears a size UK8
Cinched-waist Structured Blazer In Black
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- Tube Blazer- Long sleeve hybrid corset blazer - Hook & eye detail running through centre front & back neck- Bustier constructed from a dense, Italian compact knit - Undo the back to wear off the shoulder- Color: Black
Compact Wool Tube Blazer
Tailored for a deconstructed silhouette in virgin wool suiting, Dion Lee's blazer incorporates their signature corsetry-inspired bodice. Front hook-and-eye closures. Hip flap pockets. Interior boning.
Dion Lee is a designer brand hailing from Sydney, Australia, established in 2009 by its eponymous Creative Director. Renowned for experimental construction combined with traditional tailoring, the brand has pioneered a modern identity for Australian fashion. The Dion Lee aesthetic is technical with an intelligent sensuality. Each collection marries innovative construction, with a consciousness of the female form. Textiles are engineered to form sculptural embellishments. Architectural silhouettes are dissected to enhance movement and the flow of air and light. After debuting at Australia Fashion Week, Dion Lee presented collections in London before relocating to New York, where the brand has become a permanent fixture on the seasonal schedule. Dion Lee is sold globally in over 80 of the world’s most exclusive retailers including Net-A-Porter, Bergdorf Goodman, Selfridges and David Jones. Australia is home to five flagship stores, each designed to reflect the constructed nature of the product, in an environment that is both industrial and luxurious.