Long sleeved cotton nylon stretch button front trench coat. Notch lapel. Hook-and-bar neck closure. Extended buttoned tab cuffs with two button option. Buttoned shoulder epaulettes. Right chest semi hidden buttoned gun flap. Diagonal waist semi hidden buttoned flap pockets. Back inverted box pleat. Back adjustable waist belt. Back side vents with buttoned closures. Interior removable buttoned striped lining. Approximate length: 31.5. Measurements were taken from a size S. Model's measurements: Height: 6'1.5; Waist: 32; Shirt: 15.5; Suit: 39.
50% Cotton; 47% Nylon; 3% Spandex
It might be difficult to picture Larry King, 50 Cent and Zac Efron shopping for clothing at the same store, but they’ve all been customers of L.A.’s Five Four. Launched in 2002 by Andres Izquieta and Dee Murthy, Five Four started out as a small collection of T-shirts for men and has since evolved into a full-fledged clothing company that offers everything from denim jeans and jackets to boat shoes, reinvented trench coats and chic cardigan sweaters. The brand’s ever-evolving aesthetic evokes the sense of being created “by the youth for the youth” (and apparently for Larry King).