In the Irish weaving mill of Spence Bryson, the fabric for this wonderful jacket by Orazio Luciano was created. Pure linen in sandy color with fine herringbone pattern give a stylish appearance in skilful casual look for the summer.
Fine details make the difference to a normal jacket and underline the sporty message of this "Safari" jacket. Three patch pockets with pleats and flap and a collar extension, as well as "Paramano" cuffs on the sleeves are in the foreground here. Already Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot in the wonderful movie "Death on the Nile" was able to shine in such a jacket.
Combine it with a blue cotton pair of Rota chinos and a Fedeli polo shirt or a shirt by Finamore or Boriello, a tie by Drake's and trousers made of gray wool fresco by Rota. A perfect look for an urban safari!
- Material: 100% linen "Tollymore" 305ht./m - Spence Bryson Irish linen
- Pattern: herringbone
- Color: sand
- 2-roll-3 button
- Inserted shirt shoulder "Spalla Camicia"
- Lengthened lapel
- Attached back strap "Martingalla fisso"
- Sleeve cuffs "Paramano"
- 3 attached pockets with pleat and flap
- 2 pockets on the inside
- 2 side vents
- Double-stitched on collar and pockets
- Horn buttons
Handcrafted in Naples, Italy
ABOUT ORAZIO LUCIANO
Orazio Luciano is known for his modern Neapolitan cut. An indescribably fit with typical wide lapels and without shoulder pads. A subtle and inserted should stands for the “Spalla Camicia”. A shirt shoulder that enables a very soft and round silhouette. Because of an extremely high armhole and the soft shoulder structure, the sports jacket operates like a second skin. From the cut to the final ironing, it takes far more than 30 hours to finish a single jacket, which is solely handcrafted by the tailors in the small manufactory of Orazio Luciano.