Puffer jacket by kenzo homme (1990s). Made from shiny silver nylon-poly outer with down / feather filling, it has a high neck with covered zip / press button front placket, zipped waist pockets, and additional zips at the side seams that allow either side of the jacket to be opened up. A large, semi-translucent plastic hood can be stored in the collar and internal zips allow the down packets to be removed (although the mechanism seems fiddly so I'd be a bit reticent to do so).
This is the third time we've had a version of this jacket over the life of filter store (once many years ago, and recently towards the end of 2020), and it always feels exciting to get one in when possible.
This example of the jacket has moderate wear: there is some loss of down (most noticeable at top of sleeves / shoulder point), several small marks to the fabric, and two press studs which waist tabs should fasten to are missing (see pictures). There is also some stickiness to the plastic hood which it might (or might not) be possible to clean (feels like beginnings of deterioration of plastic). Very wearable nonetheless.
Size 2 (JP mens M), should fit approx AU mens M or womens L-XL depending on desired fit
Check measurements to confirm fit
All measurements taken flat
Shoulder width: 52.5 cm
Width (at underarms): 59.5 cm
Length (neck to hem): 65 cm
Sleeve length: 61 cm
Hem width: 60 cm
60% nylon 40% polyester outer, 100% polyester lining, 70% down 30% feather fill
Made in china