• vintage 1970s jacket, colorblock suede
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  • Vintage 70s Suede Jacket, Colorblock Stripe in Rust, Green, Gold & Navy Blue
  • vintage 1970s jacket, colorblock suede
  • Vintage suede jacket
  • Vintage 70s Suede Jacket, Colorblock Stripe in Rust, Green, Gold & Navy Blue

70s Suede Jacket, Stripe in Rust, Green, Gold & Navy Blue


Sensational 70s suede jacket in a color block stripe of rust, green, gold, and navy. 
Approx. Size:  Medium, but please see measurements below.
Condition: Very Good.  This coat is slightly stiff but may loosen up when worn.
Era: 1970s.
Mark/Label: Made in Korea.  RN# 63715 indicates this was made for Marlynn, Akron Ohio, label size large.
One of a kind – Buy Now.



70s Suede Jacket Details

  • 1970s suede jacket.
  • Navy suede collar.
  • Wide color block stripes in rust, green, gold, and navy blue.
  • Genuine leather.
  • Four faux wood plastic buttons.
  • Two front pockets.
  • Blue body lining is 70% acrylic and 30% wool.
  • Sleeve lining is 50% acetate 50% nylon.
  • Dry clean only.


Approximate Measurements Taken Flat (cm):

Shoulders: 18.5″ (47)

Bust: 23″ (58.5)

Waist: 23″ (58.5)

Hip: 23″ (58.5)

Length – Center Back: 31” (78.5)

Sleeve Length: 23” (58.8)

Wrist:  6″ (15)

Our model is 5’ 7” and wears a size 8-10.

Who was Halston

Roy Halston Frowick was one of the most important designers in the 1970s.  He was born in 1932, in Des Moines, Iowa. He developed an early interest in sewing from his grandmother and he began creating hats and altering clothes for his mother and sister. At 14, he moved to Evansville, Indiana.  After high school, he enrolled at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

In the early 1950s, while attending the Institute, Halston began designing and making women’s hats. He garnered a well-known clientele and opened a store on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile in 1957. He later became the head milliner for high-end New York City department store Bergdorf Goodman.  In 1961 he designed the pillbox hat for Jacqueline Kennedy, worn with an Oleg Cassini coat, to the inauguration of her husband, President John F. Kennedy. It was a very windy day and Jackie accidentally put a dent in the top of the hat.  The look created a sensation and other companies copied the hat right down to the dent.

Halston made the transition to women’s clothing in the late 1960s, opening a boutique on Madison Avenue in New York.  His minimalist, clean designs, often made of a new fabric called Ultrasuede, was a new phenomenon in the mid-1970s discos and redefined American fashion. Halston was known for creating a relaxed urban lifestyle for American women.  He was frequently photographed at Studio 54 with his close friends Liza Minnelli, Bianca Jagger and Andy Warhol. In 1977 he created uniforms for Braniff Airlines.

After several ill-advised business decisions including designing a line for Penny’s that was ahead of its time, Halston eventually lost control of his fashion house in the 1980s. He died of AIDS-related cancer in 1990 at the age of 57.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping & Returns

We normally ship within 3 – 5 business days.  If there is an issue with shipping times you will be immediately notified. Clothing and accessories ship by USPS Priority Mail or FedEx. Jewelry ships First Class Insured. Overseas orders ship International First Class.  Buyer is responsible for customs duties.

We know you may be wary about purchasing vintage items, so we do offer returns.  If you are unhappy or the item does not fit, please notify Madge of a return request within 10 days of receipt of merchandise and return items within 30 days.  We encourage you to read our complete return policy here.


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Additional information

Weight 48 oz

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