Cotton & Linen (Not A Suit) Jacket
Slaves to the Ordinary.
Is what those around you will be thinking about themselves...
To achieve this, don’t be meek. Not even now. Not ever.
The DNA of man is that of boldness. Of respect. Of hunting and gathering. There is nothing meek or ordinary about it, about leading the leaderless, about changing the world.
You shouldn’t know the meaning of the word.
On April 16th of this year, it is the 165th anniversary of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway, where men in crisp, cream silk and linen suits explored new territory. The first passenger train left Bombay for Tannah at 3:35 p.m. (if such things interest you).
Here’s to living a life a lot less ordinary in styles and action that shape the future.
Cotton & Linen (Not a Suit) Jacket (No. 5660). The bold ensemble begins with a jacket that is not like its vest and pants colleagues. Was this by design? Is there another matching jacket somewhere else? Let them wonder. Single-breasted linen and cotton blend jacket with two-button closure. Notched collar and lapels. Double-welt pockets with flaps at hips, single-welt pocket at left chest. Fully lined, with pickstitching around facing seams. Three interior pockets. Double back vents. Cut, quite purposefully, from a different cloth. Imported.