"Der Rosenkavalier" Blue & Pewter Reversible Jacket

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Der Rosenkavalier Blue & Pewter Reversible Jacket

This stylish jacket features an embroidered design of large light blue blossoms on a white and pewter background and reverses to pewter blossoms on light blue, providing an versatile wardrobe selection especially suited for travel.

Elegantly constructed with a tailored, slimming look, it has 24 1/8” long full-length sleeves, a stand-up collar and a single button allowing the jacket to be worn open or closed. The cuffs, collar and front are edged in solid light blue trim.

Measures 23” long from the shoulder to the bottom of the hem and 27” long from the neckline to the bottom of the hem. Bust is 42”. Made of 36% rayon, 31% polypropylene, 33% polyester.

The rose motif is reminiscent of the silver engagement rose presented by the Knight to his fiancée, in the Met’s critically-acclaimed production of Richard Strauss’s comic opera, Der Rosenkavalier.

  • Blue, pewter & white
  • Reversible
  • Woven
  • 36% rayon, 31% polypropylene, 33% polyester.
  • Full-length sleeves: 24 1/8” L
  • Shoulder to bottom of hem: 23” L
  • Neckline to bottom of hem: 27” L
  • Bust: 42”
  • Stand-up collar
  • Single button
  • Light blue trim
  • Tailored
  • Dry-clean only
  • Sizes: S to XL
  • Made in USA



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History

Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier

Strauss and Hofmannsthal’s bittersweet comedy, first staged in 1911, masterfully combines humor (of both the sophisticated and the slapstick kind) with genuine emotion and human drama. The ravishing final trio of the three leading female voices is among the most celebrated pieces in the operatic repertoire.

 

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