Composition 100 % Italian High-Quality wool
Natural shoulders (Spalla Napoletana)
Milanese buttonhole on the lapel (Asola Milanese)
Functioning sleeve buttonholes
Drop 6 (semi-slim fit)
Made In Italy
Model wears: 50 (IT-EU) / 40 (US-UK)
Model's height: 187 cm / 6'13"
The blue blazer is your number one garment in terms of versatility.
Made in 100% Wool with a weight of 255 gr/mt, by a renowned Italian wool manufacturer which we especially selected for the creation of this collection. We chose from among expert tailors who still use traditional hand crafted techniques, this allowed us to manufacture an extremely elegante jacket.
- It is a Half Canvas jacket, completely made in Italy by renowned tailors which produces men’s suits for the world's most prestigious fashion houses. The canvas is applied from the shoulder by the underside of the jacket to the middle of the chest, for this reason, it is called "Half Canvas". This construction provides a fluidity where it is applied either in the upper part of the chest where one needs comfort and flexibility for everyday movements. The jacket will, therefore, have a structure and at the same time an elegant fluidity. The fabric gives the jacket greater durability compared to a fused construction jacket and makes it comfortable and breathable.
The Neapolitan shoulder (Spalla Napoletana in Italian) is constructed without padding, giving you a natural and delicate look without amplifying a person's features and at the same time gives you a more spontaneous elegance
The chest pocket "Barchetta" (small boat) is cut with the upper corner pronounced recalling the shape of a boat and confers harmonious proportions at the level of the chest.
- One of the great ironies of men's tailoring is that tailoring's best qualities are 'invisible' and the subtlest details are often the most distinguished.
Crafted by hand, the "Asola Milanese" is a top notch detail of sartorial subtlety.
Attractively irregular and seemingly insignificant, the Milanese buttonhole manifested on a jacket lapel.
Unlike a machine-made buttonhole, the Milanese buttonhole begins in reverse. After the hole for the button is cut, a length of silk thread called a ‘gimp’ is laid around the edges. thus producing the buttonhole's thin and distinctive shape.
- Request dry cleaning at specialist cleaner's only, do not bleach. Do not tumble dry, iron at low temperature.
SHIPPING AND RETURNS
Free shipping and free return worldwide for order over 100€
Free order returns are limited to one return per order
Delivery time: 48h/72h working days in France, 2/4 working days in Europe, 3/4 working days in the rest of the world.
In certain countries outside of Europe additional tax (customs duties, import taxes) my apply and these must be paid by the customer upon arrival of the package in the country of destination.