Fall Coats & Jackets

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The minimalist-chic jacket is knit in a textural salt and pepper tweed of pima (91%) and baby alpaca (9%); buttonless placket and bracelet-length, dolman sleeves.
Our fall cardigan is knit in a mosaic of dusky tweeded hues of pima (45%), baby alpaca (40%) and wool (15%). The knit's substance owes to a textural tuck stitch. Wide plaited collar; patch pockets; handcrocheted trim.
  • XS-XL
  • 7 Buttons
  • Fit: Classic
  • Pima Cotton (45%), Baby Alpaca (40%), Wool (15%)
  • Handwash/Dry Clean
  • Made in Peru
  • 32"
  • Inspired by a Native American blanket, the gorgeously graphic sweater-coat is jacquard knit of baby alpaca (50%), pima (28%), wool (20%) and silk (2%). Knit in hues of limestone, rose and navy, and detailed with a draping shawl collar, slim sleeves and angular hem.
  • XS-XL
  • Baby Alpaca (50%), Pima Cotton (28%), Wool (20%), Silk (2%)
  • Handwash/Dry Clean
  • Made in Peru
  • A traditional Japanese stencil motif looks modern on our dramatic statement coat. Jacquard knit of double-faced, boiled baby alpaca (70%) and wool (30%) in black and taupe, the tones are a mirror image on the other side. Reversible; open banded front; slim solid sleeves; billowy, asymmetrical hem.
    Dark florals create a painterly collage in mineral hues of shale blue, clay and charcoal on birch pima. Timelessly chic and refreshingly original, the jacquard knit jacket is finished with a round neck, front pockets, side slits and a clean, rolled-edge trim.
    Fusing time-honored tradition with modern functionality, our long, shaped pima jacket is jacquard knit in manta stripes of berry and indigo, lit with teal and copper. The ground colors shift subtly at the waist-defining seam. Two button closure.
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