Jean Patou Vintage Tie


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Classic vintage diamond foulard pattern tie by Jean Patou. Creative renderings of red, yellow, blue, and purple make for a unique and distinctive look. The interior of the fabric bears “Jean Patou Paris” and the designer’s logo. Total length is 58″; 3″ at the widest point. 100% silk. Made in France.

Condition: Excellent.*

CDF Price: $88.00

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Jean Patou, who started his clothing business in Paris in 1912, was one of the most famous and successful designers of his time. Aside from creating the tennis dress and knit swimwear, he also, in the 1920s, invented the concept of the designer tie. Patou lived large and partied hard, and he died in 1936 at the age of 49. Since then, several fashion icons, including Marc Bohan, Karl Lagerfeld, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Christian Lacroix, designed for the Patou label, until it went out of business in 1987 (the popular Joy perfume – “one of the greatest and most beloved fragrances in history” ~Vogue – is still made). “Purity of line…was the hallmark of Patou’s style,” says The Fashion Book.

This item is not new. It is either pre-owned, or was a store demo, or was used for promotional purposes (for ex., worn by a model in a fashion show or photo shoot). We make every effort to examine items for flaws and damage, but it is possible that some defect might have been overlooked. If the buyer feels an item has damage or a defect not represented in its description or photos, the buyer may return the item for a full refund. To get a refund, the item must be returned within 14 days from the day it was delivered, and the item must be in the condition it was in when it was shipped to the buyer. Refunds will not be given if the returned item has been washed, used, or has damage or defects that were not present at the time it was shipped to the buyer.

Photos are of the actual item.

Please expect that clothing will need pressing after being shipped.


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