De Bonne Facture Revives 1960s Deadstock Fabric for Their Work Jacket
It’s not everyday that you stumble across pristine condition deadstock fabric from the 1960s, but when you do, wouldn’t it be nice to utilize it to the fullest potential?! De Bonne Facture crafts goods that are intended to last as long as their owners, and didn’t skip a beat when it came to this batch of already-long-lasting wool, turning it into a beautifully modernized Work Jacket to help keep the spirit alive.
No, this isn’t the old jacket you found in the back corner of your local army navy store, covered in questionable stains and moth holes. Crafted from a near-perfect condition deadstock wool herringbone fabric, this is the world of old meeting modern craftsmanship and detail.
This jacket features a single-button closed pointed collar and a button down front placket with a standard shoulder construction that leaves room for mobility, while still retaining a slim silhouette with a straight hem. The lone patch chest pocket is matched with two at the waist and one on the interior so you don’t have to worry about lack of storage, and the cuffs are secured with button closures. Plus, it doesn’t smell like a musty closet!
Available for $748 exclusively at Unionmade.