Norway wool dual-layered fabric coat
Availability: In stock
|Size||Shoulder||Pit to Pit||Length||Sleeve|
|Cotton 53%||Wool 47%||[Main fabric]|
D.HYGEN [Saddam Teissy] 18-19 Autumn Winter Collection.
- The double face material was made by combining Norway wool 100% knit and cotton fabric. When dyed, distortion is created from the difference in shrinkage of both materials on the surface. Norwegian wool has a rough texture that makes it a very attractive fabric.
- it has a brushed cotton front layered design.
About Design and Detail
- Removable gloves are attached to sleeves.
- The shawl collar’s gentle atmosphere is removed and the collar has a sharp impression with the high height.
Made in Japan
About SADDAM TEISSY
Designer:Not made public
SADDAM TEISSY has for concept「「STRAINISM」＝ linked to the concept of tension principle.」under which their products are made with a basic style disassembled and reconstructed. And making them into "real clothes" that have a very beautiful and unique aspect. The leather is tailored according to a special technique, to which metal parts are added to create this industrial, cold and hard impression that make the uniqueness of these products.
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