Highly collectable & iconic 1960's Jackie O Style, Lilli Anne Coat, in a super soft high quality thick textured warm wool in a woven style, cropped dolman sleeves, single breasted, collared with fully soft silk lining, princess seams, hidden side pockets at hips, huge sweeping skirt, large fabric covered original buttons. Such a great timeless jacket, that will remain classically chic for a lifetime! In great condition. fantastic vintage condition. Truly a work of art.

Fabric: Authentic Wool.

UNISEX ICONIC FIT & FLARE JACKET: Best fits an XS - M, depending on desired fit. This item is not pinned. Model is a S, 5 ft 4 in (162.5 cm) x 34/26/36 x US 2/4.

Flat Approximate Measurements:
Yolk 6 inches
Length 37 inches
Waist 22 inches
Hips 24 inches
Arms Length 18 inches
Shoulder to Shoulder 20 inches
Chest 21 inches
(By Lilli Ann, Tisse A Paris, Pour Lilli Ann Paris/San Francisco "Madison's Lima" coat)

This coat is in excellent condition. Vintage garments with subtle stains & rips have been mended. Ships worldwide in biodegradable & recyclable packaging. Ask about free shipping. Unless noted, vintage items have been pre-loved, are subject to imperfections & some subtle stains. We do our absolute best to ensure each item is in great condition.


BRAND DETAILS: (https://vintagefashionguild.org/label-resource/lilli-ann/)

Lilli Ann was started in San Francisco in 1933 by Adolph Schuman, naming his company for his wife, Lillian. The company became known for their beautiful, elaborately designed suits and coats.

After WWII, Schuman went to France and it was during this time that the labels had “Paris” added to them. While in France, Schuman was buying fabrics, and many of the labels in Lilli Ann designs also contain the name of the French factory that made the fabric.

Many of these fabrics were bought from small textile companies that were in such financial straits after the war that they were in danger of closing. Schuman bought from these small companies, and was thus credited with saving many of them from financial ruin. For his efforts Schuman was awarded medals from both France and Italy, and the Lilli Ann customer got a suit made of high quality, hand-loomed fabric.

In the 1960s, there was a popular Lilli Ann Knits line, and a mod-inspired London line. The 1970s brought a career look for Lilli Ann. Adolph Schuman died in 1985, but the company continued under the direction of his heirs. The company was sold in the 1990s, and was closed by 2000.