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WOVEN IN JAPAN

The jacket is made from a lightweight 6.5oz ripstop fabric printed with a patchwork of tiger stripe camo fabric that has been woven and printed by one of the most respected mills in Japan. Wear it as a light jacket through the warmer months, or as a bold mid layer throughout the colder months.

MICRO BATCHES

They're made from the most unique fabrics we find. The ones that knock us sideways. They're never planned into our year because they're always unexpected. This one is no different.

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paynter jacket

LIMITED EDITION

As well as being hand numbered, each jacket comes with a limited edition woven label inside illustrated by a new artist each time.

The raised grid visible on ripstop fabrics reminded us of crosswords, so we asked the author and crossword specialist Adrienne Raphel to create a custom crossword for this label. It’s up to you whether it remains blank or if you dare take a (fabric) pen to the label and show us your workings.

MEET LUKE SITAL-SINGH

Before singer-songwriter Luke Sital-Singh left LA to go on his UK and Euopean tour, he headed north to Oakland, California, to model our latest Micro Batch which was photographed by our namesake, Andrew Paynter. Luke also sat down to record an acoustic version of a single from his latest album ‘Dressing Like a Stranger’. Click play to hear Luke’s latest single, and find out more about him in the interview on our blog by clicking here.

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