The 'Easy' jacket is a relaxed interpretation of a 1950s Pendelton 'shirt-jacket'. Cut in a house style to give a drape, flow and an elegant aesthetic; bringing to mind beat poets and jazz musicians of the time. Worn loose, with little structure apart from the natural lines of the shoulder, off which the sleeve sits, the three - two lapel drapes down the chest, naturally weighted by the fabric. Hanging straight from the chest the ventless body allows for flow of movement and a laissez-faire feel to how the jacket should be worn.
The patch pockets and shirt-style cuff add to the ease of design, while the hand-finished details elevate the overall feel.