I don’t think I’d be overstepping the mark if I said that the majority of you reading this right now have an obsession with either Japanese garments/culture or Americana, or both in equal measures. You’d be hard pushed to find a jawn that you’ve lusted after in recent times that didn’t have a direct reference or nod to either of those glorious things.
The Slowhand Suede Shirt from Indigofera brings together sartorial ingredients from both worlds resulting in an item to really feast your eyes on. A classic Haori shirt made in Portugal and cut from 100% premium suede in that militaresque shade of green, this perfect mid-layer sports raglan sleeves alongside western-inspired details that include riveted side slits and button cuffs. Unlined, so could easily be thrown over a white tee or worn in a layer heavy fit all finished with a woven label on the placket.
Available from Manready Mercantile priced at $899