Red brick - the building material for urban landscapes in Berlin, Hamburg or London. The brick is durable, that is, sustainable, after all, it does not need to be renewed every few decades. In New York and Berlin lofts, bars and cafes, bare brick walls are very popular.
Here, the red of the brick color gave the name to the Sacket, which, like the stone, is also sustainable. "Architecture begins when two bricks are put together," is a phrase from architect Mies van der Rohe.
As a tribute to the city, this sacket is called : BRICKSTONE.
The cashmere and vicuna fibers were woven together for this sacket, and this was done in the oldest weaving mill in Germany with over 350 years of experience and also specially prepared. The sacket is so dirt and water repellent specially equipped.
This sacket is also issued only in a limited edition. There are a total of 15 pieces of this color. So a very exclusive piece in a wonderful color.
The Sacket is a mixture of jacket and jacket. Both with jeans and sneakers as well as with cloth pants and shirt, this part is versatile to combine.
The titanium zipper was hand polished and feels pleasantly smooth. Concealed seam zippers are incorporated into the shoulders. These not only provide fresh air, but also more freedom of movement when cycling or other outdoor activities.
Cut: jacket with stand-up collar and titanium zipper
one welt breast pocket front
two retractable flap pockets front part
two back slits
two piped inside pockets
sleeves: slit with four buttons each (genuine tagua stone nut hand-dyed)
sleeve seam: integrated concealed zipper for ventilation and freedom of movement while cycling
Outer fabric: loden 80% cashmere 20% vicuna
body lining: 48% PES from recycled PET bottles, 52% viscose
trimmed with red piping
Care: machine washable at 30°C, wool detergent, max. 400 revolutions
Production: woven in Germany / sewn in Europe