Adolphe Lafont

A. Ober
47 x 63 in (119 x 160 cm)
ID #100603

Description:

Very comfortable 

Adolphe Lafont Lyon

Quality work clothes

In bright denim blues, we see a handyman doing his work uninhibited by his clothing.  

Founded in 1884, Adolphe Lafont is a clothing company based in Lyon, France. In order to make clothes more suited to working men, Adolphe Lafont designed a new piece of clothing: denim overalls. Levi Strauss was inspired by this design and went on to develop and commercialize the american blue jean. 

 

1950 500-1000 A. Ober adolphe lafont c. 1955 fashion fashion horizontal FR France france French horizontal jeans large Original quality work clothes size-47x63 Sud-Est Publicite white yellow blue workman yellow yes

More from $500 to $1,000


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