The saharian jacket is light and completely unlined.
Restored from tradition, it was born between the nineteenth and twentieth century, during the period of occupation of the British army in colonies characterized by a tropical climate.
It is an indispensable garment both for style and charm.
The saharian, revised and revisited, has a modern, urban, contemporary elegance
despite having the charm of warlike and desert landscapes.
Saharian jacket in seersucker cotton. Korean collar. Long to the hips and sewn with 4 pockets with flap.