Single-breasted blazer of a straight silhouette made of dense hemp fabric from the Moscow brand Infundibulum.
Hemp fiber fabric is one of the most durable and resistant to all types of wear and tear. In addition to fabric, hemp was traditionally used to make ropes and ship ropes. There is also a popular myth about "Russian hemp armor", which supposedly could withstand a saber blow and a bullet hit. This, of course, is far from the truth, but it speaks of the attitude towards hemp fabric as very durable.
The buttons are made of bone and sewn using leather button pads.
Creator of the brand, designer Ilya Varegin, is rethinking traditions of Russian and European menswear, shaping it for modern time. With his garments he tries to answer the question: how modern menswear could look like if in the end of XIX - beginning of XX century its evolution have chosen the different way?
|Russian/EU men's size||48-50||52-54|