Reversible Souvenir Jacket in Navy
- Brand Info
- This Sukajan Souvenir jacket from Pherrow's comes cut in a regular fit and features embroidery citing Ukiyo-e and Japan's Edo period. The embroidery on this jacket depicts a school of koi fish, a common illustration in Japan representing luck, prosperity, and longevity. The reverse side features a flock of roosters mimicking the "Ito Wakaoki" style of Ukiyo-e. The jacket comes finished with ribbed detailing, pockets at the waistband, and Japanese YKK zipper.
- Regular fit
- Dual welt pockets at the waist
- Japanese YKK zipper
- Ribbed hemming
- Body: 100% cotton
- Sleeves: 58% cotton 42% rayon
- Interior lining: 100% polyester
- Made in Japan
Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length Medium 45” 16” 24" 25" Large 47" 17" 25" 26" X-Large 49" 18" 26" 26.5" XX-Large 50.5" 19" 26.5" 27"
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- With roots in near-identical reproductions of timeless American styles, founder Masahiro Shimura established Pherrow's in the early '90s as a pioneer in the "Ametora" (American- Traditional) scene often found on the streets of Harajuku. Since it's 1991 conception, Pherrow's has transformed, keeping their soul in classic Japanese-Americana, however, not limiting themselves to the conformity of carbon-copy reproduction. Creating garments beyond vintage with the desire to "make what they want", Pherrow's lends a whimsical take on classic styles.