Interference Double Breasted Jacket
The look of tweed, but much fresher to wear this suit is full of subtle character and feels lighter and fresher to wear than it looks.
About the block
Low Double-Breasted Jacket, which fastens at the hip. This has its roots in the 1930s and ‘40s, seen in films that Edward has long admired like Casablanca, and this too relies on the delicate balancing of proportions. The lower buttoning point and subtly extended shoulder-line focuses the eyes on the shoulder and hip rather than accentuating the waist. This creates a louche, masculine and fluid silhouette. We cut these jackets slightly looser in the body and without rear vents, true to their art deco archetypes.
Woven in Italy, this cloth is both striking and simple with the look similar to a tweed from far a way and a bouclay from closer. Rich in texture in black and wite gives the effect of a grey tweed, but is much cooler and lighter to wear, but has structure and body. 70% Cotton, 15% Wool, 15% Pollyamide.
•Low double breasted
• Peek lapel
• 1 front fastening button
• Parch pockets
• Out breast welt
• 2 inbreast pockets
• Pen pocket bellow left in breast
• Ticke pocket in left facing
• Full floating canvas
• Edge stitching by hand
• Button Holes by hand
• Working cuff with 4 sham button holes in the sleve can be altered before button holes can are cut.
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