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House of the Very Islands Drive Shaft Shirt Jacket - Blue

$ 266

House of the Very Island's Drive Shaft Shirt Jacket. Cobalt blue linen blend shirt jacket with a boxy fit, dropped shoulders and relaxed dolman sleeve. Raw edge collar fold with visible stitches, side seam pocket, and two chest pockets. 

• 55% linen 45% cotton
• Made in Slovenia


Size & Fit
• Oversize, boxy fit
• Size M: body length 34", chest 28.5'
• Sidik is 6'2", M top, 30" waist. He is wearing a M

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More by House of the Very Islands Vienna, Austria Founded in 2006, House of the Very Island's creates avant-garde menswear, with a focus on sustainability and socially fair modes of production. Combining effortless wear-ability with conceptual pattern making and explicit silhouettes. Mathematical operations are used to make classic patterns into complex, witty and highly individual clothes.