natural, pleated shoulder
This intricate, natural shoulder is pleated, and stitched by hand. The result is a delicately structured finish that exudes expert craftsmanship—for connoisseurs, a pleat is recognized as a sign of traditional Italian tailoring.
wide peak lapel
An increasingly popular choice for current suiting, this peak lapel is noticeably widened to a width of 9cm at its widest point. While the classic rule typically reserves these for men of larger stature, those of slimmer frame looking to add some dimension and size will find a wide peak lapel works wonders.
An old-school classic making a comeback as a modern statement piece, 6-on-2 double-breasted jackets feature 6 buttons, only 2 of which are functional. Always unbuttoned while sitting, this fit is almost always button while standing. We recommend fastening only the upper “anchor button”, as leaving the bottom undone improves the drape while granting a nice masculine figure.
A sportier style usually found on more informal styles like linen summer suits and structured tweeds, patch pockets are a single piece of lined, matching fabric sewn to the outside of the jacket to make an open-mouth pocket.