Before you begin, read the care label attached to the garment and any hangtags or care instructions included in garment packaging.
Suede & Leather Care
Dry clean only using a professional cleaner specializing in suede and leather cleaning. Do not use cleaning fluids or abrasives.
Suede should be regularly brushed with a suede brush or dry sponge to keep it clean and remove excess fibers. The loose fibers of a new suede garment have a tendency to "crock" initially—i.e. they form a fine dust which rubs off on clothing.
If you wear your garment in the rain, be advised that it may become permanently affected by water spots.
A casual update to the classic cutaway jacket, freshened for warmer months in linen (53%), cotton (45%) and elastane (2%). Enzyme-washed for a soft feel and weathered patina and tailored to perfection with a notched lapel, shapely seaming, buttoning cuffs and vented back peplum.