Coat "FOU FOU II" made from Japanese Chevron Tweed
"The Wardrobe of Legends" is the credo of the collection. Coherénce combines sartorial techniques with Japanese fabrics and the typical Japanese attention to detail.
The model "FOU FOU II" is an icon in the collection. Inspired by a snapshot of the artist Léonard Foujita in 1928 in Deauville. The name "Fou Fou" is the nickname of the artist and means translated as "insane", which can be taken as a compliment here.
A coat with a raglan shoulder, cuffs and double-breasted buttoning at the front are the characteristic features of this coat. The doubled back offers special rain protection and is derived from the "Motor Coats" of that time. Diagonal buttoned pockets complete this extraordinary form. The generous cut with round shoulders, the "sloping raglan sleeve cut", creates a shape that generously envelops the body.
The perfect weather coat over any sports jacket, just like with a suit.
For the colder days, the coat can optionally be equipped with a buttoned-in lining made of "Blanket Jersey". Choose the size of the coat here.
- Material: 97% wool, 3% nylon - Coherénce Chevron Tweed
- Pattern: Herringbone Pattern
- Color: Fangobrown
- Lapel collar
- sleeves with buttoned bridge
- Fully lined in 100% cotton - Coherénce Exclusive
- Two diagonal pockets buttoned
- 2 inside pockets
- One center slot
- Horn buttons
The Coherénce cuts have a generous fit and should be worn just as generously. One size L corresponds to a 52!
100% Made in Japan!
The Cohérence collection is inspired by legendary artists and intellectuals, including Albert Camus, Le Corbusier, Marcel Duchamp, Léonard Foujita, Henri Matisse and Jean Cocteau.
Kentaro San, the stylist of Cohérence, is in love with Surrealism, Jazz music and the Cinema of the Nouvelle Vague. All these are his sources of inspiration and he has created a collection of beautiful, modern classics. The inspiration of the best of the past has been linked to the latest technology. All cohérence coats are made with high craftsmanship in Japan and are unique by their specially developed fabrics.