Lapel Herringbone jacket
Merino wool jacket with a navy blue and gray herringbone pattern. Classic at first glance, but the asymmetrical design solution emphasizes its uniqueness. The jacket tails on the left side "disappear" in the pleat. This delicate asymmetry is emphasized by the stitching with navy blue thread on the top of the flap. It will look great with elegant navy blue trousers and light high heels, but also with jeans and ballet flats. The fabric from which Lapel Herringbone is made is Austrian loden with a velvet finish and is Woolmark certified. Finished with viscose lining.
The model (177 cm) is wearing size 36.
The lining is made of 100% viscose
Country of origin of the main fabric: Austria
Country of origin of wool fiber: Australia
The fabric from which the jacket was made is loden - a material whose history dates back several centuries. Originally from Austrian Tyrol, it is made of natural wool fibers, tightly twisted and felted. It is characterized by a velvet finish and very good air permeability - the skin wrapped in such a fabric will breathe. The compact structure ensures high resistance to cold and wind. It is not without reason that loden was used by mountaineers, and it is also often found in the folk costumes of the inhabitants of the Tyrolean mountains.
The Loden we use in the collection is produced by an Austrian family factory with a 130-year tradition. Delicate merino wool fibers were used for its production, which made the fabric even softer and refined.
Wool fibers were obtained ethically and safely for sheep - mulesing free.