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Frank Leder’s Drawstring Jacket Is A Trans-Europe Affair

Sometimes you see what appears to be a simple garment and almost dismiss it, until you look closer and peep a design feature that simply blows you away with its simplicity and value. One that instantly begs the question, “why has this not been done before?”. We had one such exact moment when we were presented with this jacket from Frank Leder. The 60’s Vintage Belgian Linen Drawstring Jacket is simply a spring/summer-ready masterpiece, there literally is no other way for me to describe it.

Coming from Germany but constructed from 100% of the finest Belgian linen, this may look like your average mid-layer but look closely and you’ll see the subtle genius that really sets this beige, breezy beauty off. Both sides feature a drawstring that runs diagonally from the armpit to the hem and when used and pulled taut give the whole thing — and your fit– the ultimate in relaxed half-open steez. The sort of shape you wish all your shirt jackets could have and maintain all day long without having to do it yourself.

With a slight, coach jacket/windbreaker feel, this piece has a 60s American sportswear influence with slight lean into European workwear and Meditteranean styling through the use of a rough, drapey linen. Fair to say Frank killed it with this one.

Available now from Sun House priced at ~$688

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