Maison Gabriel Paris

Single-breasted Aurélien jacket: green tweed in a Herringbone weave

Tweed is a flexible, durable carded wool fabric often woven in a herringbone pattern.
Originating in Scotland, where it was created in the 19th century, tweed was primarily used to make workwear for farmers and hunters.

Harris Tweed fabric is a raw wool fabric made in Harris, in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. It is known worldwide for its exceptional quality and durability.

This durable jacket is a rustic classic that can be worn all year round and whose pattern gives it its nobility.

Unstructured jacket
Two horn buttons
10-centimetre tailor notch
Three patch pockets, including the chest pocket
Two interior pockets
Open buttonhole with 4 horn buttons
2 side slits at the back

The studio model wears a size 50, is 1m82 tall, and weighs 75 kilos.

100% wool.
Harris Tweed fabric: 470 grams.

Trust the cleaning of this garment to specialised professional.

Delivery is free in Europe and the rest of the world from 100 euros of purchase.
You have a withdrawal period of 14 days to return your items (exchange or credit note).

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