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Fashion January, 23 2010

Nigel Cabourn Rangoon Jacket

While Mr. Cabourn’s handy-work is usually left for the realm of Selectism, we felt this specific jacket had enough “street” flair to work over here. “The Rangoon jacket is without doubt one of the standout pieces of this season, and like the Camerman jacket before it, it must be seen to be believed. Featuring a bottom half made of premium cotton and an upper half, based on WWII military smocks, constructed of naturally beeswax coated cotton, with an unsurpassed level of detailing.” Details galore. Horn buttons, leather hood adjusters, military clip fastenings and the beeswax coating that gives off unique, natural results such as lighter spots and streaks. Highly limited and bloody expensive too (approx. $1048 USD at End.)

Detailed images of the Nigel Cabourn Rangoon Jacket after the leap.

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