Lisbet Jacket, Japanese sashiko parquet

8.800,00 kr
1 in stock

The Lisbet Jacket is named after Malene Malling’s mother the most well-dressed woman she knows. Nothing is ever left to chance with her. She is meticulous about details, quality and cut, so this most perfect of sophisticated jackets could have no other name. The pockets are deep enough for car keys, the cut in the side allows for flowy movements and the collar is feminine yet fierce.  In this jacket the wearer will always be dressed the part - never over dressed but always cool and elegant.

Sashiko, or “little stabs,” is a traditional Japanese technique of functional embroidery that can reinforce the fabric to make it stronger and more hardwearing. This Sashiko cotton is a small delicate stitching in an alternating pattern. The fabric is dyed using a traditional technique called Bushu in which the threads are yarn dyed with real indigo dye before being woven.

100% Cotton

Dry clean only

Our Lisbet Jacket is true to size with a slim fit.
Malene is 171cm tall and wearing a size small.