THE GREEN PATCHWORK APPLECROSS - WOMEN'S
The Patchwork Applecross is our first ever Micro Batch, made from a bespoke 100% merino wool patchwork. As there are only 25 jackets available, they can only be bought by those who enter the raffle. Winners will be picked after the raffle has closed on the 19th of March 2021 at 1pm (GMT). Good luck!
The Patchwork Applecross is constructed from a super soft 14.75oz merino wool, and lined with a 6oz cotton twill. With two patch pockets and spacious lined hand warmer pockets. This is one cosy jacket. Inside you'll find the inside-out limited edition Evan Cohen label, as well as two extra pockets and a hang-loop on the collar. Made in Portugal.
How the raffle works
As there are so few jackets available, and with previous Batches selling out in minutes, we wanted to level the playing field by using a raffle system that’s fair for everyone. It doesn’t cost anything to enter the raffle, but if you win, we’ll be in touch to complete the purchase.
The women's fit skims over curves and finishes flatteringly on the hips. If you prefer an oversized look, size up.
Fabric & Care
Made with a 100% Merino wool patchwork fabric and lined with a soft 6oz cotton twill, and viscose inside the sleeves. It’s dry clean only. Do not iron.
Shipping & Returns
We ship worldwide with speedy and reliable DHL. We’ll be shipping the jackets from Monday the 22nd of March. We have a 30 day returns policy, starting when you receive the jacket. As there are so few jackets available, it is unlikely that we will be able to accommodate any exchanges.
OUR FIRST MICRO BATCH
For our first Micro Batch only 25 jackets have been made. 12 in a green patchwork and 13 in a blue patchwork. They’re made in our Applecross style, in both men’s and women’s fits. As there are so few jackets, and with previous Batches selling out in minutes, we wanted to level the playing field by using a raffle system that’s fair for everyone.
THE PATCHWORK APPLECROSS JACKET
Woven especially for us, on machines that take 5-6 hours to set up, and over 3,000 threads separately hand tied. That happens twice. Once for blue and again for green. You don’t do that for any reason other than the love of it.