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    Chris Brown Worn Angelo Galasso Blazer. An incredible leopard print, two-button Angelo Galasso blazer worn by R&B star Chris Brown to an Elton John party. The luxury blazer, size unnoted, measures approximately 18" from shoulder to shoulder, with 24 1/2" sleeves, and features an Angelo Galasso label sewn into the inside right breast, a cobalt-blue Angelo Galasso charm affixed with decorative chains at the inner collar, and a metal and enamel tag sewn into the inside left breast displaying the colors of the Italian flag and the words "Fatto in Italia" (Made in Italy). Blazer has two outer pockets and one false outer pocket, with five inner pockets. Extra buttons are included in an inner pocket. Excellent condition with some spots on the silk. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    August, 2020
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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