Operating out of the last remaining clothing factory in Manchester, England, the Private White produces modern luxury garments while controlling the entire supply chain of each one. Made in the factory that previously produced clothing for literal kings, queens, presidents, and Prime Ministers, and Hollywood icons, their Loro Piana Travel Blazer stands out in the luxurious collection. Not because it is the most fashion-forward or priciest piece in the collection, but instead because it is perhaps the most practical, wearable, and classic garment the Private White produces. It's practicality stems from the lightweight, custom-developed Loro Piana fabric that's given their signature Storm System treatment to make it waterproof and damn-near wind-proof. Ideal for travel as the name implies, the fabric looks proper even if a tad wrinkled from the journey, and an internal zippered pocket keeps passports and cash secure. The formality of the blazer can be toned down by flipping the collar to reveal a hidden button that can fasten the coat all the way up as more of a raincoat than blazer. It's the perfect weight for transitional seasons and can go from jet-way to business meeting to dinner date with ease. Navy in hue and finished with Military-grade copper hardware from RIRI of Switzerland.
Material: Custom-developed 60% Wool, 40% Nylon blend from Loro Piana.
Fit: Regular, not too slim, not too full. Take your most common size.
Origin: Made in Manchester, England of Italian-sourced fabric.