Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy
Panel Jacket in Black and Navy

Panel Jacket in Black and Navy

sacai

$1,878.00 CAD

$939.00 CAD

Size:

Mid length panel jacket in navy and black.

  • Stand collar.
  • Zippered detail throughout.
  • Two way zipper and snap button closure at front. 
  • Flap pocket with button closure at chest.
  • Zippered pockets at waist. 
  • Adjustable hem. 
  • Grosgrain pull tab on sleeves. 
  • Intarsia knit sleeve detail in off white. 
  • Tonal stitching.
  • 70% cotton 30% nylon.
  • Lining: 100% cupro.
  • Made in Japan.

Chitose Abe’s playful yet masterful approach to fashion continues to impress critics and consumers alike. For Fall, she explored the juxtaposition of denim and flannel, oftentimes presenting the two fabrics together on a single garment. Her devotion to detail and construction ensures that regardless of Abe’s creative flair or ambition, each and every sacai piece looks as though it has been painstakingly made to stand on its own. Never one to shy away from expressing her social views either, Abe has collaborated with the New York Times to create a graphic tee featuring the Times’ slogan “Truth. It’s more important than ever.” As always, the genius of Abe places sacai amongst the best brands in Japan, if not the world.

sacai

As innovative and experimental as Japanese label Sacai may be, at it’s heart is a desire to transform classical, basic garments into timeless and elegant staple items that can easily transition from one occasion to the next. Designer Chitose Abe established the line in 1999 after eight years working on the Junya Watanabe line for Comme Des Garçons, and has become known for her clever play with shape and proportion, as well as her juxtaposition of contrasting fabrics and textures. Unique and well crafted, these careful renderings of classic styles create a refreshing and distinctive alternative to conventional menswear.

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