Limited Edition: Jacket "Traveling Gentry" made of pure wool from Fox Brother's - purely handcrafted
This jacket made of pure wool from Fox Brother's is one of the most exclusive pieces from Attolini and is only available here. You can feel the exceptionally authentic quality as soon as you try it on for the first time. The fabric has a rich and equally voluminous feel and offers the comfort of a cardigan thanks to its semi-lined finish. Details such as the three patch pockets with "Soffietto" pleat and the double hand-stitching define the synergy of English fabric and Neapolitan tailoring culture! A sports jacket that becomes a perfect companion.
Typical details are the three-button-style and slightly wider lapel, which are always chosen by Michael Jondral. Trademarks of the Neapolitan jacket, offering a perfect silhouette.
Pair it with a shirt, a wool tie and sartorial pants from the same brand. For a casual look style this jacket with jeans from Resolute and a turtleneck sweater from the Cesare Attolini knitwear collection.
Limited Edition - Fox Brother's x Cesare Attolini x MJ
- Limited Edition - Exclusive x MJ
- Mod.: GUK37 - "Traveling Gentry"
- Material: 100% wool - Fox Brother's Sport Jacketing
- Inserted shirt shoulder "Spalla Camicia"
- Semi-lined - lining details made of Bemberg Twill
- Three patch pockets with pleat "Soffietto"
- Three inside pockets
- Double hand-stitch
- Zwei side vents
- Horn buttons
Hand sewn in Naples
ABOUT CESARE ATTOLINI
Each individual piece of the tailoring Cesare Attolini, embodies the tradition and technical perfection, which is now continued in its 3rd generation. From the cut to the final ironing, every jacket, every suit and every coat is hand-crafted in no less than 30 hours. The special secret is Attolini's unique cut with its high armhole and wider sleeve. The typical Neapolitan "Spalla Camicia"! Cesare Attolini pays special attention to a not too severe creasing, which leads to a perfect and particularly brilliant appearance and underlines the timeless elegance of every piece of Cesare Attolini.