Chest 20-21 in.
Length 22 in.
Tag Brand: Unbranded
This women's cut leather motorcycle jacket is one-of-a-kind and was designed for the American rock band Cinderella's 1991 Heartbreak Station tour. The tour was in support of the band's 1990 platinum album of the same name, which featured singles such as "The More Things Change", "Shelter Me", and the title track "Heartbreak Station". The glam metal and heavy metal band was originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia and found success in 1980s. The band featured members Tom Keifer, Eric Brittingham, Jeff LaBar and Fred Coury. This jacket was custom made for the band's manager's wife and features the text "Bossette" on the back graphic, with manager Doc McGhee being the "Boss". McGhee has managed several successful bands over the years, including KISS, Bon Jovi, Motley Crue and Skid Row. The jacket has a large graphic across the back of the jacket features a graphic of a skeleton train conductor handing out a ticket that reads "Heartbreak Station One Way" and the band's logo across the bottom. The front of the jacket reads "Cinderella Heartbreak Station 91' on the chest." The jacket has lace-up detailing, as well as several zippers and pockets on the front and an adjustable belt at the waist. The album
This jacket fits up to a women's 36 waist, but can be adjusted.