Ingrid Van De Wiele white long body hugging blazer with 8 front buttons and tie — 1990’s

Size: 38

Shoulder to shoulder: 39 cm / 15.35 inch

Armpit to armpit: 42 cm / 16.5 inch

Length: 76 cm / 30 inch

Sleeves: 57 cm / 22.5 inch






White blazer

Long curved body hugging model

Closes with a front row of 8 buttons

Tiny fabric belt underneath the bust

Classic lapels

Displaced darts on the chest

The darts go into the shoulders, a key Ingrid Van De Wiele element

Slight shoulder padding

Shiny finish on the fabric

Very tailored model

Fully lined

From the 1990’s, presumably early 90’s or even 80’s


Condition: 3,5/5

Has been drycleaned and bleached. Faint stain on the collar remains (on the part where it folds inwards), slight usage on one side of the belt

SKU: IVDwLBHB Category:


About Ingrid Van De Wiele

Ingrid Van de Wiele took her first steps in the fashion world in the late 80’s. After working for other brands such as Viviné, she launched her first collection under her own name in 1992. Those steps bacome great strides as she opened stores in Antwerp and Tokyo. After 5 years she also launched a second collection called: Neuf sans Neuf, meaning new without being new. An experimental collection showing non-executed ideas for her mainline.

The striking elements in Van de Wiele’s collection are the pure lines, the perfect finish. An iconic elements are nips and tucks on the chest traversing onto the sleeves, as well as interchangeable pieces: ribbons, removable collars and sleeves, allowing for transformation.

This idea of customisation was also present in her own stores where each garment was presented separately on a mannequin, not in a full look, to emphasize its creation. A smart choice as Ingrid prefers unusual materials such as textile wallpaper with the appearance of imitation velvet, aluminium thread combined with nylon for a blouse, paper for a jacket. Noble materials, as Ingrid described it her self, but with a techno finish.

Additional information

Weight 0.9 kg
Womens size