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Composition: 100% wool, 230gr
Solaro fabric by Fratelli Tallia Di Delfino, Honey Way collection
Half Canvas construction
Lapel of 9.5 cm wide
Pleated, natural shoulders (no padding) and "Barchetta" chest pocket
High-rise Soragna trouser with a slim fit cut, large extended tab fastening belt
Single pleat and side adjusters
Made In Italy
Model wears: 48 (IT-EU) / 38 (US-UK)
Model's height: 183 cm / 6'0"
Only true connoisseurs dare the Solaro.
Solaro fabric was the first technical fabric created by man. It is the Italo-British doctor Louis Westenra Sambon, specialist in tropical diseases, who in the early twentieth century around 1907 developed this magic beige / khaki armor on the outside, but with a red protective layer inside for the British soldiers.
According to the legend, the red frame that runs through the fabric is capable of neutralizing UV rays and dissipating heat.
The solaro is historically a British invention, but as today it is associated with Italy, Gianni Agnelli willingly wore it. Beige, with herringbone patterns, its great feature is its red weft reflecting light. By capturing the rays of light, the fabric will restore a multitude of colored reflections that will vary depending on the angle from which it is viewed. Usually you can see shades of beige, green, red, or a combination of all of them. And that is what makes the solaro a very unique fabric.
We created for this suit, a tailored trousers with single pleats, a high waist, a large extended tab fastening belt and the side adjusters.You will find the quality of the details in the Side pockets with AMF stitching, the V-shaped slit in the back waistband, the Welt back pocket and the small change pocket. We have left extra fabric inside at the seams, so as to allow for simple alterations if needed. This allows for the waist, hips and legs be let out. The cuff is left long on purpose so as to allow it to be short, long or with turn-ups so giving that touch of individuality.
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