Linen Cotton Knit Jacket

Ann Demeulemeester
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Linen Cotton Knit Jacket

$1,250
$428 Gilt
Size (Men Alpha):
Men's Suiting
Men Alpha US (chest) EU Chest (cm)
XXS 32 - 34 42 - 44 81 - 86
XS 34 - 36 44 - 46 86 - 91
S 36 - 38 46 - 48 91 - 96
M 39 - 41 49 - 51 99 - 104
L 42 - 44 52 - 54 106 - 112
XL 45 - 47 55 - 57 114 - 119
XXL 48 - 50 58 - 60 122 - 127
XXXL 50 - 52 60 - 62 127 - 132
  • s
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    US (chest) 36 - 38
    EU 46 - 48
    Chest (cm) 91 - 96
  • m
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    US (chest) 39 - 41
    EU 49 - 51
    Chest (cm) 99 - 104
  • l
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    US (chest) 42 - 44
    EU 52 - 54
    Chest (cm) 106 - 112
Color:
mud
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Description
Designer

Long sleeve linen and cotton button front jacket.

  • Notch lapel with a double placket with ribbed interior.
  • Front pockets, side vents with ribbed arms and back.
  • Partially lined with interior pockets.
  • Approximate length: 26". Measurements were taken from a size M. Model's measurements: Height: 6", Waist: 32", Shirt: 15.5, Suit: 40.

Material: Exterior: 65% Linen, 35% Cotton, Lining: 50% Rayon, 50% Cotton, Parts: 100% Cotton

Brand: Ann Demeulemeester

Origin: Italy

As part of the Antwerp Six — a network of young Belgian designers that includes Martin Margiela and Dries Van Noten — Ann Demeulemeester stormed London in 1987 and helped create the minimalist runway look that defined the next decade. Her dark, cosmopolitan aesthetic translates just as well now as it did in the 1980s, and her diehard devotees are as loyal as ever. Boots, shoes, menswear, and womenswear go heavy on basic black and dark color palettes, creating a look of intense drama and austere glamour. And — just so you know — it's Duh-MULE-eh-mees-ter.