You can’t have too much of a good thing, at least not when it comes to clothes. Mixing inspirations, techniques, and designs can only raise the value of a product and make it more desirable.
Pherrow’s has proved this with its new Competition Jacket, which unites the classic Harrington jacket with all-over embroidery we’d normally associate with 1980s East Coast prep. This particular beige jacket is closely modeled on Golf Jackets from the 60s, an-already preppy silhouette made iconic in the decade prior by James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause.
A period-accurate poly/cotton blend, zip front, and slash pockets add up to a handsome outer layer, which is embroidered with playful little sportsmen. The athletes on the jacket are a nod to the upcoming Olympics, which of course are being hosted by Pherrow’s homeland, Japan.