Leather Jacket

Luciano Barbera
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Leather Jacket

$3,975
$1,428 Gilt
Size (EU):
Men's Outerwear
EU Men Alpha US (chest) JP KR CN (cm)
42 - 44 XXS 32 - 34 32 - 34 80 - 85 80 - 86
44 - 46 XS 34 - 36 34 - 36 85 - 90 86 - 92
46 - 48 S 36 - 38 36 - 38 90 - 95 92 - 96
48 - 50 M 38 - 40 40 - 42 95 - 100 96 - 102
50 - 52 L 40 - 42 44 - 46 100 - 105 102 - 106
52 - 54 XL 42 - 44 48 - 50 105 - 110 106 - 110
54 - 56 XXL 44 - 46 52 - 54 110 - 115 110 - 118
58 - 60 XXXL 48 - 50 54 115 - 120 118 - 122
  • 50
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    Men Alpha M
    US (chest) 38 - 40
    JP 40 - 42
Color:
brown
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Description
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Long sleeve leather hidden zip and button front jacket.

  • Button collar closure and front pockets.
  • Fully lined with interior pockets.
  • Approximate length: 31". Measurements were taken from a size 50. Model's measurements: Height: 6'2", Waist: 32", Shirt: 15, Suit: 40.

Material: Exterior: 100% Leather, Lining: 50% Cupro, 40% Viscose, 10% Polyester

Brand: Luciano Barbera

Origin: Italy

Since launching his namesake label in 1971, Luciano Barbera has become world-renowned as the arbiter of “classic original Italian style” — a provider of fine fabrics for Ralph Lauren and Armani, and a fastidious designer of handmade men’s cashmere and wool suits. Barbera’s suiting and clothing is designed for the raffinato, or refined gentleman, who likes his silk ties high-end, his linen button-down shirts luxe, and his pants and jackets bespoke. But Barbara doesn’t limit himself to boardroom apparel: his label also designs down-filled vests, beautifully textured coats, and wool dresses and other women’s clothing. Barbera's durable and lightweight superfine wools are woven on state-of-the-art looms, then stored in an Alpine cave to protect them from humidity -- he calls it his “spa for yarn”. A team of master tailors oversees the final production of Barbera’s clothing, hand-sewing every last detail.