Lamb Leather Jacket Smooth
Availability: Out of stock
|Size||Shoulder Sleeve||Pit to Pit||Length|
|Lamb Leather||[Main fabric]|
|Cotton 45%||Cupro 56%||[Sleeve Lining]|
|handling-store||FASCINATE, The R Osaka, Kyoto Fujidaimaru|
The Viridi-anne 2017-18 Autumn Winter Collection.
This high neck leather jacket is made with lamb leather that was tanned once then had oil applied to it and was retanned. You can enjoy its aging and glossiness evolution with usage and time. The sleeve hem zipper depth has a thumb hole.
About The Viridi-anne
Designer: Tomoaki Okaniwa
Concept: Tomoaki Okaniwa graduated from the Tokyo Fine Art University. His creative universe started with painting, but a greater passion was found in fashion. In 2000, he launched his label The Viridi-anne. The label focuses on clean lines, subtle details upon closer inspection that are very complex, and a special attention to drawing out the perfect balance of colors. Okaniwa's collection show strong influence from European and Japanese culture, in which the themes are drawn from marveled works of art. Okaniwa states that, “The main concept of my work is based on the beauty of simplicity and the effects of time.
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