Emporio Armani, 2000s Lamb Leather Moto Rider Jacket

Emporio Armani was founded in the early 1980s by renowned designer Giorgio Armani after the success of his namesake label. With a wide array of inspirations taken from military garments and working with technical fabrics in Italy, the clothing produced - before moving its production to China - holds impressive quality and desirability.

Here we have a fantastic example of the great work produced under the Emporio Armani line in the early 2000s. Constructed out of a soft lamb leather sourced from New Zealand, featuring a moto style cut with anatomcial arms, double zip closure and racing line details on each arm. Finshed off with Lampo branded zippers.

Size 52.

Chest: 58cm
Shoulder: 46cm
Length: 66cm
Sleeve: 67cm

Condition 8/10, minor wear and patina.

London, UK

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